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General Buildings, Aldwych, London, W.G. ■ ; 

F. Nopie-Miller, J. P., Director and General M.anager, 
To whom Notice of Claims under the following conditions, must be 
sent within seven days of Accident. - - 

i?1 AA 0NE HUNDRED POUNDS will be. paid 
obJ-UU by the above Corporation to the legal per- 
sonal representatives of any person who is killed by an 
accident causing material damage to the passenger 
train or steamer connecting with the Mainland, or 
tramway car or public omnibus in. Buteshire, in which 
the deceased was travelling as a ticket bearing or pay- 
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same risk. 


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BUTE COUNTY DIRECTORY, ais that. being dated, forms the only evidence 

of its currency. 



WE have again diligently collected and carefully 
arranged the useful and up-to-date information 
regarding Buteshire — the Officials for the whole county 
and. its individual parishes, and Householders and Busi- 
ness people in the more enterprising districts. 

Notwithstanding the continued very high prices, we 
have striven to maintain our Directory as full as in pre- 
war times, and that without a subsequent commensurate 
advance of rates. With the continued support of former 
patrons, we, with patient industry, will continue in the 
way of well-doing. 

As our Advertising friends appreciate the continued 
distribution of their announcements facing the ordinary 
reading matter, with prompt receipt of orders, we keep 
permanent this decided benefit. 

This Directory is not Only at hand for reference at all 
times throughout the whole county, but it is also ready for 
reference in the public libraries of Scotland, England, Ire- 
land and Wales, and also in numerous business houses and 
agencies in busy centres ; and we are particularly anxious 
that nothing of benefit to Buteshire is omitted, but that 
all interests have a good show, and everything brought 
thoroughly up to date. 

[For a number of years we have corresponded, per the 

International Language, with persons in all civilised lands, 

and in our spare pages we again give glimpses of some our 

propaganda — which, we trust, will here interest those who 

i hope for international peace, good-will and harmony.] 

i Those who wish Lists of Householders arranged in 
'Streets or Districts can get that in the Official Voters' Roll 
— in whole or in parts. 

Our best thanks are again accorded to those who have 
in any way helped us in this compilation. It takes long 
and careful vigilance to ascertain and give effect to the 
continual changes. 

HIGGIE & CO., Publishers. 

Rothesay, July, 1923. 

Part I 


Population, . . . . 17, 35 

Valuation, . . . . . 17, 35 

Agricultural Statistics, 18 

Fishery Statistics, 19 

Benefactions, ... 37 

Part II.— Officials. 

COUNTY OF BUTE . . . .19 

ISLE OF BUTE . . . . 33 

Parish and Burgh of Rothesay . 35 

Parish of North Bute . . 61 

Parish of Kingarth . . .65 

ISLE OF ARRAN . ... 69 

Parish of Kilbride . . , 71 

Parish of Kilmory . . 73 


Burgh of Millport. . . 79 

Part III.— Householders 


Rothesay ... si 

North Bute . ,121 

Kingarth .... 125 

Part IV.— Traders. 


Rothesay . , lis 

North Bute . . 137 

Kingarth . . . . 139 


Millport . . . N 141 


Postal Information, . 59, 63, 67, 143 







Calendar— Anniversaries, ete. 

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1 French Cadet Ship in Rothesay Bay, 1905. 
Steamboat boycott of Millport [three days], 1906. 
Rev Canon Matthews, St Paul's Church, Roth., died, 1909. 
Archibald Campbell Black, writer, Glasgow, died, 1912. 
Silver Wedding of Prov. and Mrs M'Millan, Rothesay, 1918. 
King married, 1893. Marquis of Bute married, 1905. 
Ex-President Taft, U.S.A., LL.D., Aberdeen Univ., 1922. 
Lieut Jas Cunningham, Rothesay, killed at the Front. 1916. 
(10) Lord Bute brought his bride to Mountstuart, 1905. 
Alex. Campbell appointed Rothesay Registrar, 1916. 
(10-11-12) King George V visited Rothesay, 1920. 
Ex-Prov. M'Intosh apptd. Clerk, Bute Insurance Co., 1923 
(12) David Arnot apptd. County Cleik of Buteshire, 1923. 
Inauguration of Albert Memorial Fountain, Rothesay, 1864. 
Rev John M'Alpine, Roslin (native of Rothesay, died, 1922. 

(15) Captain Harding appointed Chief Constable, 1898. 

(16) Death of Couueillor William Black, Rothesay, 1921. 
King George V, visited Edinburgh (Butemen honrd.), 1911. 
(20) Captain Webb swam in the Clyde, 1880. 

Saint Bruix day fair instituted, 1585. 

Rev John R.Scoular, Cupar-Fife, died 1915. 

Rev John Sau nders, Kin garth, inducted, 1879. 

Dr Daniel Reid, Rothesay, died, 1916. 

Dr Andrew J. Hall, Rothesav. died, 1916. 

Rev D. M'Cormick, inducted, Chapelh'l Free Cli., Ry., 1877. 

Pirnmiil Ferryboat foundered : the 30 passengers saved, 1923 

(29) Sir James Lamont, Knockdhu, died, 1913. 

29) Freedom of Rothesay to Prof. Sir Wm. Macewen, '22. 

30) Rev J D Ramsay inducted to Rothesay Free Ch., 1918 
(Rev E Greaves. M A, instituted Rector, S. Paul's, Both, "22. 
((30) Sheriff Anderson, Dumfries, to Renfrew and Bute, 1 

The Evening Times, Glasgow— " Much information of interest and value to Buteshire 
folks is contained in the Bute County Directory. It is interesting to note that the 
compiler of the Directory, .Brother George Higgle, is the only surviving office-bearer 
who was at the jubilee of Rothesay St John 50 years ago, and is still in office. He 
was manager, reporter, and printer of the ' Rothesay Chronicle" half a century ago, 
and was the oldest Volunteer in the county during the war." — Aug., 1921. 




Calendar— Anniversaries, ete. 

We d House of Lords decided in favour of Remainant Frees, 1904. 

Thur (1) St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Millport, opened, 1848. 

Fri (2)Chas. Thomson, blacksmith, Port-Bannatyne, died, 1911. 

Sat Earl of Dumfries born at Mount Stuart, 1907. 

Sun Bute Family appointed keepers of Rothesay Castle, 1498. 

Mon Charter granted to Lodge Rothesay St John, No. (29G) 292. 

Tues A. W. Herbert appointed County Clerk, 1909. 

Wed Scots Coronation Stone taken to England, 1296. 

Thur Late King's Coronation (postponed from 26th June), 1902 

Fri Rev Frank Saunders bd, killed in action, 1918. 

Sat Rev Jas. Graham ordained first dissenter in Rothesay, 1784 

Sun (11) Wm. Spencer, J. P., Southpark. died, 1911 

Mon Sir William Maxwell, Ardbeg, knighted, 1919. 

Tues Rothesay Electric Tramways Inspected by Bd of Trade, 1902 

Wed (14) Sergt. Dune. Ferguson, killed at the Front, 1916. 

Thur Late King's first visit to Rothesay, 1847. 

Fri (16) Rothesay Esplanade Russell Band Stand opened, 1873 

Sat Rothesay Town Council purchased fire engine, 1913. 

Sun Rothesay Electric Tramways opened for traffic, 1902. 

Mon Agricultural Society's Free Gift Sale at Roth. Castle, 1917 

Tues Archd. Brown, banker, Rothesay, died, 1903. 

Wed Presbyterianism established in Scotland, 1567. 

Thur Visit of Foieign Esperantists to Rothesay, 1907. 

Fri iSteamer " Comet " launched at Port-Glasgow, 1812 

Sat (24) George Lines, pawnbroker, Rothesay, died, 1913. 

Sun (Sheriff Wilson introduced to Rothesay Sheriff Court, 1912 

Sheep Dog Exhibition before the late King in Arran, 1902 

Private Gavin Fleming, H.L. I., killed at the Front, 1916. 

Memorial Stone of Bridgend New U. F. Church laid, 1908. 

Death'Of Adam D Macbeth, writer, Rothesay, 1917. 

(30) Death of P B. Ferguson, journalist, London. 1905. 



It is the Language of the Cosmopolitan Red Cross Society, 
is More Scientific, Easily Learned, Up-to-Date, and Useful than 
any other Language — because it is intended to be an 
Auxiliary to each and all. 




Calendar— Anniversaries, etc. 

1 Sat [Princess Louise and Marquis of Lome visited Rothesay, 1874. 
Sun (1) Sanitary Congress at Rothesay, 1922. 
Mon I Freedom of Rothsy. to A. B. Stewart and Thos. Russell, 1875 
Tues John Reid gifted Erskine House for Soldiers' Hospital, 1916 
Wed Ex-Bailie Aitchison, Rothesay, died, 1908. 
Thur Sergt. T. Hamilton killed at the Front, 1916. 
Fri Co-Operative Society formed in Rothesay 1918. 
Sat Rev Chas Mathieson, ma. inducted, Chapehill U.F. Ch.,'22 
Sun |ex-Bailie Muir won Scottish Bakers' Champion Cup, 1909. 
Mon 1(9) Chapelhill Free Gaelic Church. Rothesay, opened, 18GU. 
Tues 'Sergt. Donald M'lntyre awarded Military Medal, 191 G. 
12|Wed JRothesay public street lighting by Electricity, 1899. 
13 Thur|ChapelhiIl bought by Town Council, 1858. 

Ex-Provost Sharp, j.p., d.l,., died 1914. 

(14) R W Campbell, St Regnlus, died, 1918. 

Rothesav War Memorial unveiled, 1922. 

John Cruickshanks, plumber, died, 1907. 

Rev Dugald M'Cormack. Chapelhill UF Ch., died, 1922. 

Corp. Robert C. Miller, Canada, killed at the Front, 1916. 

Franco-Scottish Society visited Bute, 1911 

(22) First Belgain Refugees arrived in Rothesay, 1914. 

Ex-Provost Brown, Rothesay, died, 1878. 

Gaelic Mod opened at Rothesay, 1908. 

Wm. Tytler appointed agent, Royal Bank, Roth., 190G. 

Opening of "Lady Margaret " Hospital, Millport, 1900. 
26|Wed Rev Dr Alex. Robertson. Nagpur, died at Rothesay, 1920. 
Thur Rev Samuel Crabb, Ardbeg Baptist Church, died 1919. 
Fri Freedom of Rothesay to first barber, 1764. 
Sat Use of Iron Harrow Pins enacted in Bute, 1720. 
Sun Prince Leopold visited Rothesay, 1876. 

i He that gathereth in summer is a wise son.— Solomon 

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Present Cum brae Lighthouse first lighted, 1793. 

Colin Wilson, nurseryman, Rothesay, died, 1922. 

Battle of Largs, 1263. Jewish New Year begins. 

Lord Ninian Stuart killed in action in France, 1915. 

A. Graham Murray, M.P., appd. Secy, for Scotland, 1900. 

Sudden death of Robert Gemmill, Yeddo, Rothesay, 1916. 

Arch Lamont, j p., Port Bannatyne, died, 192 L. 

Wm Montgomerie, solicitor, Richmond, Canada, died 1918. 

Rothesay Property Owners' Association formed, 1919. 

Freedom of Roth, to G. R. Stephenson of Glen Caladh, 1869. 

Grain Store, High Street, Rothesay, burned, 1922. 

Roth. Branch An Comunn Gaidliealach formed, 1906. 

James Dobbie, florist, of Dobbie & Co., Rothesay, died 1905. 

Glasgow Water works opened, 1859. 

No life can be dreary when work' is delight.— Havergal 
(17) John Gbson, butcher, died, 1909. 
Bute Primrose League gained championship banner, 1913. 
Wm Dickie, j p, Farmer, Bannatyne Mains, died, 1921. 
Sudden death of Councillor D. I. Morris, Rothesay, 1911. 
Q.-M. Sergt. Weil Leitch died through War shock, 1919. 
Telephone connection with Kilchattan Bay opened, 1908. 
(21) Andrew Dodds, joiner, Rothesay died, 1903. . 
Ordination and Induction of Rev Wm. Galbraith, Roth., 1 888. 
(23) County Committees formed under Pensions Act, 1916. 
James VI styled King of James I Great Britain, 1664. 
J C Lamb inducted U F Church, Lamlash, 1922. 

(28) Home Squadron arrived in Rothesay Bay, 1903. 

(29) J L Mas'terton apptd. agent. Bank of Scotland, 1901 
Freedom of Rothesay to Marquis of Lome, 1874. 
Opening of Rothesay New Gas Works, 1896. 

Prince George visited Rothesay, 1922. 


ZBirica-g'© Street. 

Established as the Rothesay School of Shorthand in 1872. 

Classes re-Open at the Beginning of this Month for Two Quarters' Instruction in 


Prospectuses on Application. Geohgk HifiGDC, Principal. 

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Calendar— Anniversaries, etc. 

BefO T Beale, ba, inducted rector, St Paul's, Rothesay, '09 

Tames Lyon, farmer, 1 humatliloy, died, 11)13. 

Empire Theatre, Rothesay, burned, 1922. 

Institution of Anct. Order of Forresters, Court Bute, 1871. 

Whale caught in the Kyles, 1880 

Ex-Bailie Squair, J.l'., Rothesay, died 1911 

Dr Scougal, Inspector of Schools, died, 191G. 

Rev J. C. Kendall inducted into Roth. Baptist Ch., 1920. 

John M. Laniont appointed Clerk to Lieutenancy, 1915. 

Alex. Lister, florist, Rothesay, died, 1917. 

The Great War ended: Armistice signed 1918. 

Donald Grant, solicitor, Rothesay, died, 1920. 

Roth. Harh. Trust agreed to impose Id toll on pier. 1 1' 1 6. 

(13) Deacon Thomson, Ardbeg, aged 94, died 1917. 

(14) Fishery Conference at Kothesay, 1905. 

|(17) W. A. Wilson, Proprietor of " Buteman," died, 1908. 
"Duchess of Rothesay" Chapter 15, O.K.S., instd., 1905. 
A. M. Millar, grocer, Kothesay, died, 1917. 
Semi-Jubilee of Rbt. A. Mason, supert., Prudential, 1915. 
Ex-Provost Orkney, Rothesay, died, 1909. 
(22)Cmndr. Evans, lectured in Rothesay on South Pole, 1913 
Roth, celebr. union of Free and U.P. Churs., [SlstOct.] 1900. 
(24) John Knox died, 1572 

Capt. Claud Gray Buchanan, killed in action, 1914 
First newspaper printed in Bute, 1839. 
Extraordinary take of Herrings in Kyles (200 boats), 1902. 
Rothesay Town Council took over Gas Works, 1843. 
Opening of Bute Savings Bank Premises, Castle St., 1905. 
(30) Bute Burns Club instituted, 1887. 
Presentation to Alex M'Nab, Church worker. Rothesay, '21. 
Foundation of Chnpelhill Free Church laid, 1859. 




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Queen Alexandra Lorn, 1844. 

(3) Old Mountstuart House destroyed by fire, 1877. 

New Eothesay Masonic Temple opened, 1909. 

(5) A. M. Mackny, farmer, Bnichag died, 1913 

Amalgamation of Buteshire Liberal Associations, 1917. 

George Shiells, J.P., Rothesay, died suddenly, 1915. 

(8) J. Windsor Stuart, Factor on Bute Estate died, 1905. 

Public Halls, built by ex-Prov. Chas Duncan, opened, 1879. 

First Lighthouse in Clyde (Cumbrae). opened 1757. 

Hugh M'Lean, farmer, Aseog, died, 1920. 

New Street behind Glenrosa PI. sanctioned by Tn.Cncl., 1911. 

Death of Councillor Robert Miller, Rothesay, 1917, 

'■ Buteman " Jubilee Celebration and Presentation, 1904. 

David Lawson, Baker, Rothesay, died, 1919. 

(16) Rothesay Advertising Association instituted, 1903. 

(17) New Zealand Flag unfurled, Rothesay Academy, 1910. 
Resuscitation of Prov Grnd Ldge of Argyll and Isles, 1875. 
Rothesay public records lost when being returned, 1660. 
George Higgle, Rothesay, app'td Pitman Fellowship, 1921. 
Captain John Mackirdy, Beechwood, died, 1913. 

Old Bute Militia Colours left in Roth. Parish Ch., 1920. 

Kyles of Bute Hydropathic burned, 1909 — re-opened, 1911. 

Ex-Bailie Brown, Rothesay, pres. Liberal Assocn., died, 1912 

Lady Margaret MacRae born, 1876. 

Christmas Day. Imperial penny postage, 1898. 

David Macnair, store-keeper, murdered in Canada, 1922. 

Alex. MTarlane, farmer, Meikle Kilchattan, died 1920. 

First Tay Bridge blown down. 1879. 

Absence of occupation is not resf.--Cowper 

Not one false man but does unaccountable nvschief.-- Carlyle 

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These Publications can be had separately. 


Cannot fall to be appreciated wherever sent. 

"One of the most gratifying messages of good will that has reached 
ns this season conies from tlothesay, Scotland, in the form of a ' Heather 
Christmas Card' issued by Messrs Higgie & Co , of that favoinite resort. 
. . The two ii;siile pages are surrounded with mottoes, every 
one of which breathes a true Scottish sentiment of good will to absent 
relatives or acquaintances. Along with this card Messrs Higgie & Co., 
s^nd us a copy of their guide to ' Bonnie Scotland's Resorts,' a wonder- 
ful little compendium of descriptive and historical information."— A ew 
Zealand 'limes, Wellington. 

■ They're faur, fanr a«a', but their hearts are kind and true— 
T'ne aiild house at hntne is ever in their view : 
Tlie ISoimie lleilan heather anil the liilliaps clad wi' snaw— 
Tluir hearts are live in Scotland though they're fanr. fanr «*«.'" 

















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M'Kirdy & M'Millan, Lmtd.. Rothesay, formed, 1898. 

(3) Dr Watkin Penney, Ardbeg, died, 1905. 

Colonel M'Leod Robertson awarded D.S.O., 1918. 

Tragic death of Major G H Kenton Newall, 1916. 

James Heron, Rothesay merchant and Volunteer, died 1903. 

(7) Peier Leith, chemist, Rothesay, died at Glasgow, 1918. 

Capt. Archd. Reid, Rothesay, awarded M.C., 1918. 

Rev J. King Hewison inducted to Rothesay parish, 1884 
Wed David Robertson, baker, Rothesay, died, 1910. 
Thur (9) Dr John Maddever, Walsall, died 1911 
Fri i To work with a will gives strength and skill. 
Sat Rothesay erected into a Royal Burgh, 1400. 
Sun (Memorial Stone of Millport Hospital laid, 1901. 
Mon.- Mnjor J. R. Yeates, County Procurator-Fiscal, died 1920. 
Tues (14)Jubilee of George Higgie as Roth. Ch office-bearer, 1923. 
Wed Rev Andrew X. Sutheiland, late of Rothesay, died 1918. 
Thur (16) John Mackinlav, ex Postmaster, died, aged 91, 1911. 
Fri ! Bishop Smith, of Argyll and the Isles, died 1918. 
Sat James Keith, restaurateur Rothesay, died, 1920 
Sun [James Duncan, j p, oldest Farmer in Bute, died, 1922. 
Mon Peter Barr, fish-curer, Rothesay, died 1920. 
TuesjLord Bannatyne, of Karnes, admitted advocate, 1765 
Wed (William Roy appointed Postmaster of Rothesay, 1922. 
Thur(25) Colonel Maclsaac, V.D., Rothesay, died 1915. 
Fri |Rev R Clephane Macanna, ind. Craigmore U F Ch, 1923. 

Robert Duncan, Hotel-Keeper, Auchenlochan, died, 1922. 

(24) Freedom of Rothesay to first local Shipbuilder, 1765. 

Hugh Duncan, ma, Writer, Glasgow, died, 1921. 

Marquis of Bute enlisted as Private Soldier, 1916. 

James Thompson, bootmaker, Rothesay, died 1915. 

A. G. Murray appointed President. Court of Session, 1905. 



Rothesay Business College, 



Second Quarter of the Winter Session commences this Month. 




Calendar— Anniversaries, etc. 

8 Fri 

City of Glasgw Bank Directors sentenced, 1879. 

R D Macmillan appointed Procurator-Fiscal of Ayr, 1916. 

(2) Provost Munn, Rothesay, died, 1858. 

(5) Presentation to N. Bute Free Ch officebearers, 1923. 

Rev John Rutherford, late of Craigmore U.F. Ch., died '17. 

Duncan Maclea, writer (" Delta"), died at Glasgow, 1915. 

W Roy, Huntly, appointed Postmaster at Rothesay, 1922. 

Inauguration of Equifex Disinfector at Rothesay, 1900. 

Robert Orkney, Rothesay, died at Sea, 1916. 

J. R. Yeates, County Proc. Fiscal, pres. Commission, 1916. 

Hugh Lauder, Jeweller, Rothesay, died. 1917. 

Semi-Jubilee of Rev Joseph Traill, bd, U F Par Ch, 1923. 

Councillor Neil M'Callum died, 1911. 

Captain James Williamson, Caledonian steamers, died 1919, 

Health Lecture and Pictures in Palace, Rothesay, 1923. 

(17) Death of Andrew Holmes, grocer, Rothesay, 1916. 

Presentation of Weights and Measures by Marquess, 1816. 

North Bute Golf Club formed, 1912 

Rothesay's Privileges confirmed by James VI, 1584. 

Rev J M R Gladstone, Rothesay, trans, to Aberdeen. 1922. 

First Hydropathic in Scotland (Glenburn, Rothesay), 1843. 

Bryce Ferguson, late Bookseller, Rothesay, died 1918. 

County Volunteer Regiment formed at Rothesay, 1917. 

(23) Wireless Telegraphy installed at 22 Bridge St, 1923. 

(24) Lieutenant Hugh Montgomerie, died 1919 
Rev. Dr Somerville, late of Rothesay, died 1903. 
Capt. M'Kay, Chief Constable, Rothesay, died 1921. 

Rev J. F. Padkin inducted to Rothesay W. U. F. Ch., 1911 
(28) Order of St Patrick instituted, 

GEORGE HIGGIE, the Shorthand Expert, 

A Personal Friend of the Inventor of Phonography, 

and one of the first Members of the Pitman Fellowship. 

Examiner and Coach, Instructs Students Privately. 

Advanced Pupils a Speciality. Terms on Application. 




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2 Sat 

31 Sun 



6 Wed 



9 Sat 

10; Sun 



13 Wed 



16 Sat 

17 Sun 
20 1 Wed 
23 Sat 
2 7 Wed 

St David's Day. 

(2) Independent Labour Party founded in Bute, 1923. 
Norman Lamont first elected M.P. for Buteshire, 1905. 
Bute Bee- Keepers' Association formed, 1916. 
John J L Gardner apptd Rothesay Chamberlain, 1923. 
Alex Stephen apptd Rothesay Master of Works, 1923. 
Wm. Miller, Depute Procurator Fiscal, Rothesay, died 1914 
Late Lord Bute's Wedding Dowry intimated, 1897 
(10) Resuscitation of Bute Primrose League, 1903. 
George Halliday, Sawmiller, Rothesay, died 1915. 
Bute Agricultural Society established, 1806. 
Wm H Squair, Flesher, Rothesay, died, 1916. 
Amalgamation of Buteshire Unionist Associations, 1918. 
(13) Fatal Accident to John Mackirdy, writer, Glasgow, '17. 
Introduction of Sheriff Kennedy to Bute Court, 1907. 
Rev John Forsyth inducted to Whiting Bay U F Ch„ 1917. 
Rev J M. Gladstone inducted to St Paul's Ch., Roth., 1920 
( 17) Presentation of Red Cross Medals by Lady MacRae,'22. 
Peter Monie, rector, Irvine Academy, d. at Rothesay, 1921. 
Capt M'Nair, Harbourmaster, Rothesay, died, 1922. 
Major Thomas W Alexander killed at the Front, 1918 
Ex-Provost Donald McMillan, Rothesay, died, 1921. 
Ministerial Jubilee of Rev. Samuel Crabb, Rothesay, 1915. 
Consecration of St Blane's Royal Arch Chapter, 163, 1876. 

(26) Week's Missionary Campaign in Bute began, 1923. 

(27) Lieut Fullarton Boag killed at the Front, 1916. 
Lieut. James B Lawson killed at the Front, 1918 
Thomas Gilmour, Kilchattan Tile Works diel, 1916. 

Rev Wm Galbraith, Bridgend U F Church, Rothesay, d, '22. 
Capt. M'Nicol, Bute Goods Steamer, died. 1919. 
(30) Robt. Brown, Town Crier, Rothesay, died, 1916. 

In Preparation — for the Next Issue. 


Published Annually, Price ( s J* ri £ j 3s. (^rO 

The Oban Times . . " This able annual has, in its latest number, all the fea- 
tures which have made it of use and importance to those connected in any way with 
the County of Bute." 




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Tue s 















Robert III died in Rothesay Castle, 1.406. 

Opening of Turnstiles on Rothesay P er, 1917. 

Sudden death of James Kay, Forester on Bute Estate, 1917 

Ninian Duncan, Grain Merchant, Rothesay, died 1919. 

Tragic death of James Cameron, lds, 1912. 

John Macfie, retired Farmer, died at Ardbeg, '.1923. 

Rev Jas Girvan, M.A., inducted to Nth. Bute UoF. Ch., 1914. 

Lord Bute offered Skeoch Wood to Burgh of R thesay, 1912. 

Formal opening of Albert Place Improvement,' 1909. 
James Hunter, Rothesay's oldest shopkeeper, d ed, 1911. 
Capt. Robt. M'Fie, late harbourmaster, Rothesay, died, 1913 
Ex-Bailie Win Lyle sworn as Hon Sheriff Substitute, 1917. 
Inspr. Wm David apptd. Chief Constable of Rothesay, 1921 
\. D. Macbeth, gave £1500 to maintain free Pier, 1917. 
Golden Wedding of James and Mrs Smith, liothesay, 1912, 
Lieut J A Miller, Port-Bannatyne, killed at the Front, '17, 
Roth. Boy Scouts New Hall opened by Mr Reid, 1915. 
John Smith, Fishmonger, Rothesay, died 1923. 
Sudden death of George Stuart, florist, Rothesay, 1912. 
Rev J Townsley, inducted, Kilchattan Bay U ¥ Ch., 1922. 

(22) Rev. Alex Stirling, Kothesay Free Church, died, 1907. 

(23) St George's Day. 

George M Allison, Pier Turnstiles, died 1922. 
John Patience, bootmaker, Rothesay, died 1916. 

(26) Rothesay Charity Organisation Society formed, 1909. 
John Cruickshanks, jun., plumber, Rothesay, died 1921. 
Duke of Rothesay visited Arran, 1914 

(27) Captain John Williamson died at Nice, 1922. 

Lieut John Wilson Alexander torpd. in Mediterranean, '18. 
Rev Neil M'Dougall, Rothesay Gaelic Church, died, 1906. 


The Opinions of the Press and the Acknowledgments of Libraries 

are as complimentary as ever. The " Glasgow Evening News" makes the following 
appreciation of " Local Colour. — The compilers of the Bute County Directory 
have an ingenious method of making up the local colour and stimulating local pride 
Instead of filling up the Calendar with the stock anniversaries, they have put against 
each date a local happening." Thus --[Two events mentioned]. " It is certainly an 
idea that makes for ' atmosphere. ' " 


Calendar— Anniversaries, ete. 

May, I 

llWed (Sir Thomas Liptou's steam yacht '• Erne, ' mined, 1916 
2 ,Thur, Accidental death of John M'Fie, farmer, B Uycaul, 1016. 
3iFri ; Consecration of C umbrae Cathedral, 1876. a 

4 Sat Garden Party for Red Cross at Mountstuart , 1916. 

5 Sun F. W. F. Clark installed P. G. M. M. at Rothesay, 1916. 
(i Mon (5) Capt J C Fisher, Rothesay, killed at the Front, 1917. 

7 lues H.IG Ross appointed headmaster of Roth. Pub. Sch., 1906. 

8 Wed (7) Lieut, John Wilson Alexander died in Great War, 1918 

9 Thur (8) Robert Bone, builder, Rothesay, died 1918. 

10 Fri 00 Alfred W Herbert, County Clerk of Buteshire, died, 1923 
LI Sat Foundation Stone of Rothesay Academy laid, 1868. 

12 Sun Ascog Water Supply for Rothesay adopted, 1856. 

13 Mon (12) Provost Walker, presented to the King, Edward. 1903. 
14Tues (13) Joseph D. Wilson, " Buteman " died, 1910. 

15 Wed Our Manager's Journalistic Jubilee in Rothesay, 1920. 

16 Thur Amalgamation of Buteshire and Rothesay Burgh Police, 1923 

17 Fri Ordination of Rev James Esselmont, in Bridgend, 1923. 

18 Sat (17) Capt. John Thomson, Cale. Steamers, Rothesay, d. 1919. 

19 Sun .18) Rev John Dickie, b.d., inducted to New Rothesay, 1911. 

20 Mon (19) Lieut. John M'Donald Smith, killed at the Front,1916. 

21 Tues(20) Swing Bridge, Rothesay Mid Pier opened, 1908. 

22 Wed Thomas Reid, retired schoolmaster, Arran, died, 1910. 

23 Thur (24) John G. Heron, baker, Rothesay, died, 1920. 

24 Fri Queen Victoria born, 1819. Empire Day. 

25 Sat New Post Office, Millport, opened, 1902. 

26 Sun John M'Cord, builder, Rothesay, died 1915 

27 Mon Daniel Duncan, Woodend, died 1915. 

28 Tues (27) A. B. Stewart, Convener of the County, died 1880. 

29 Wed (30) Rothesay Sawmills burned, 1913. Damage, £20,000 

30 Thur Rothesay Shorthand Writers' Association formed, 1872 

31 Fri N. H Constable appointed factor on Bute Estate, 1920. 


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to 150 pages, costs 2s, and the contents are as complete and reliable as formerly."' 

Largs and Millport Weekly Neivs— . . '' The different trades in Bute and Cum- 
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5 Wed 




29 Sat 

Captain James JVFOrone, died at Rothesay, aged 90, 1923. 

(3) Sir John Reid, Ardenoraig, knighted, 1918. 
King George V, born, 1865. 

Arthur Swanston, grocer, Rothesay, died 1917. 

(4) Albert Pier, Rothesay, opened, 1909. 

Chas D Murray, kc, appointed Sheriff Principal, 1918 
(9) Our Manager's Jubilee as a Printer and R ublisher, 1912 
(9) Alfred W Herbert, Buteshire Countv Clerk, died 1923. 
Rev Wm G Taylor, m.a, indctd. West U F Ch, Roth.. 1920. 
Marquis of Graham apptd. Lord-Lieut, of Buteshire, 1920 
Marchioness of Bute appointed D C, O B E, 1918. 
Hector Mackinnon, Registrar, Rothesay, died, 1916. 
Lance-Corporal Andrew Woodburn killed at the Front, 1916 
Lady Mary Hamilton and Marquis of Graham mar., 1906. 
(12) Inauguration of Bridgend U. F. Church organ, 1910 
Amalgamation of Bute and Rothesav Police Forces, 1923. 

(18) Battle of Waterloo, 18(5. 

(19) Opening of Bridgend New U. F. Church, 1909. 

(20) Sir Charles Dalrymple, late M.P. for Bute, died 1916. 
Marquis of Bute born, 1881. 

Golden Wedding of Wm and Mrs Hunter, Rothesay,* 19 16. 
King George V crowned, 1911 

Duke of Rothesay bom, 1894 (24) Bannockburn Day, 1314 
Rev Joseph Traill inducted to U. F. Parish Ch., Roth.. 1902. 
Rev Adam Hunter inducted to Rothesay Free Ch., 1913 
Rev. J. J. Dawson, St Andrew's "R C Oh, Roth., died 1903. 
Welcome Home of Marquis and Marchioness of Graham, 1906. 
(27) Telephonic Communication with Arran opened, 1923, 
Dugald M'Alister Black, grocer, Rothesay, died, 1912. 
Rothesay Aquarium opened, 1875. 

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excellent handbook of local information, and the publishers are to be congratulated on 
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rPHE COUNTY OF BUTE comprises the seven islands in the Firth of Clyde, viz. 
JL — Bute, the most populous; Arran, the largest ; the Great and Little 
Cumbraes, off the Ayrsmre Const; Holy Isle and Pladda, off Arran; and Inch- 
marnock, off Bute. 

The total Arka of the County (land and water, exclusive of tidal water) is 
130,658 acres, of which 53,5L0 are mountain and heath lands used for grazing. 3,806 
acres are under plantations, and 794 are covered with water There are 25.981 acres 
under all kinds of crops, bare fallow and grass, which is a gradual inroad on the 
mountain heath and hitherto uncultivated land. 

The principal Industries are agriculture, horticulture, and fishing The islands 
possess great and varied natural attractions, and are in the forefront as holiday resorts. 

The Population of the County (including its Burghs of Rothesay and 
Millvoist) in 1801 was 11,791 ; 1831, 14,151; 1861, 16,331; 1881, 17,657. In 
1*91 it was 18,248 (8.057 males and 10,197 females) ; and in 1901, 18,786 (8,412 
males and 10,374 females') — being an increase of 255 in the ten years — 2'1 per cent 
There were 4.270 inhabited houses in the islands. 
For 1911, the figures were as follows : — 
Arran - 2,169 

Bute (including Rothesay) 5,081 
Cumbrae - - - 704 

*The increased total issued in the Quarterly Return of the Registrar- 
General compared with the returns lodged with the JSherifr-Clerk, 
may be accounted for by the enumeration of the shipping, 
the decreases since 1901 are as follows : Arran, 209; Bute, 330 ; Cumbrae, 62 — 601. 

The population at the postponed 1921 census [taken in June instead of April] for the 
county, was 33,711 (138880 males and 19831 females) — being an increase of 15,525 

over 1911. 
VALUATION. — The Rental, as ascertained at the recent Valuation Courts, is as 



Revised total. 










follows : — 



Isle of Bute— North Bute P 
Kingarth ,, 


£18,696 3 6 
11.160 1 11 

| 30,648 2 4 

The Cumbraes Cumbrae, 


27,444 16 10 

27,988 18 8 

Isle of Arran — Kilbride, 

17.6 24 19 8 
12,097 7 1 

| 30,249 10 

County of Bute - 

£87,d22 19 

£8^.886 11 6 n 

Burgh of Rothesay 



106,549 14 3 

Tramways, Rothesay 




,, North Bute 





TheFiars Prices, by which the 

parish ministers' 

stipends are regulated, were struck 

in the Sheriff Court, Rothesay, for crop of tl 

ie previous veai\ as 

follows: — 





Wheat per quarter, £3 15 

7 £4 5 

31 £3 19 10i 

Barley ,, 6 5 

4 6 



Oats „ 2 16 

3 2 11 

1 8 8| 

17 3 

Bere ,, 

Beans „ 5 16 

3 12 

Oatmeai, boll, 2 2 

11 2 3 

1 2 6| 

13 5 



Agricultural Statistics and Assessments -County of Bute. 

AGRICULTURAL RETURNS issued by the Scottish ] 
Total Area (excluding water) . 

Total Acreage under Crops and Grass in Buteshire, 
Arahle Land, . . ... 

Permanent Grass .... 

Corn Crops — Wheat 

Barley , 

Mixed Corn . . , 

Rye , . . 

Beans .... 
Green Crops — Potatoes 

Turnips and Swedes , 

Rape , . . . 

Vetches or Tares . , 

Small Fruit 
Bye-Grass and other Rotation Grasses and Clover , 

Other Crops . , 

Bare Fallow ..... 

Acreage Occupied by Tenants, . , . • 

Occupied by Owners 

Holdings above 1 and not exceeding 5 acres ,, 
,. 5 „ 50 „ 

„ 50 „ 800 „ 

.,300 .... 

Total holdings „ „ 

Horses (including Horses used for Agricultural Purposes 
Cattle , , , . . 

Sheep ,,,... 

Pigs, ... 

































1 ,325 



















No., 1911 

Nil 1S22 




















FISHERY — The members of the Fishery Board for Scotland are as follows : — 
David T Jones, cbe, chairman ; W Lyon Mackenzie, k c, Sheriff of Ayrshire, 
legal member and deputy chairman ; Professor DArcy Wentwortli Thomson, cb, 
scientific member; sir John Irvine; sir Malcolm Smith ex- Provost of Leith; 
William Miller, j p, Wick ; and George Hall, Aberdeen. 

George Hogarth, Assistant Secretary. 

James Ritchie, Chief Inspector of Sea Fisheries. 

Head Office, 101 George Street, Edinburgh 

Local Office, 2 Oswald street, Glasgow. Local Officer, John Lawsori. 1921. 

Quantity and value of herrings credited to the district in 1922, 5,120 crans £2,623 

Do. do. all kinds of white fish ... 4,864 cwts. 5,108 

Value of shellfish taken, ... ... ... 818 

In the Rothesay district there are 85 boats, manned by 135 resident fishermen and 





lieutenancy. — Lord Lieutenant and High Sheriff'. Marquis of Graham, c b, c v o, 
Deputy Lieutenants — Major C N MacRae, Richard Carnaby-Foster, Lieut^Colonel 
M'Leod Robertson, DSO, Millport, and the Provost of Rothesay 
Clerk. John M Lamont, m b k, Rothesay. 

Member of Parliament. — For Parliamentary purposes Buteshire is joined with 
North Ayrshire. At the General E'ection, December, 1918, the candidates were — 

Lieut t-ieneral Sir Aylmer Hunter- Weston, kcb, dso. Hunterston, Ayrshire. 

(Coalition Unionist), who polled 12,638 ; Robert Smith, Kilwinning (Labour), 

who polled 5,848; and James Fraser Campbell, Aberdeen (Liberal), who polled 

2,059. The total electorate was 35.294. 
Constituency — The Roll of Parliamentary Voters is printed twice annually: the 

recently-issued list shows the number in Buteshire to be — Cumbrae, 1,924: 

North Bute, 1 ,259 ; Rothesay, 0,446 ; Kingarth, 627 ; Kilbride, 1,312 ; Kil- 

inory, 1,001: total, 12,569. 

Auxiliary Forces. — I'krritorial Army — Buteshire Association — President, 
The Most Hon. Marquis of Graham, cb, cvo. Military members— Major Geo. 
Hicks, m c, t d,kg a, (t ); Major A H Hill, m c, r g a, (t) ; Lieut.-Bolonel W 
H Macalpine Leny, dso, rga, (t), Major Andrew Morrell Mlvinlay, td, rga 
(t) ; Colonel Colin M'Leod Robertson, dso, td, kg a. (t), (chairman). Repre- 
sentative member (County Council), Major Colin N MacRae, cbe,dl,jp, bl 
Res of Officers, Yoe of ad. Co-opted inembers--R B Fife, Alexander M x ntyre 
(vice chairman) and Provost E R Macmillan. 
Secretary, Lieut James Alexander, t f res, 78 St Vincent st, Glasgow. 
Ariillery — 50th (H) Bute Pack Battery rga 

National Service Scheme — County of Butb— Ex-Provost M'Millan and ex-Bailie 
Lyle, Rothesay; George Laidler, Brodick; John M Lamont, Port-Bannatyne ; 
James PMalcom, Edinbeg, North Bute; George K Baillie, Kingarth ; ex-Provost 
Cockburn, Millport; and James Crawford, Cumbrae 

Assessments. — The following local rates are imposed by the County Council, viz : — 
On the County — General Valuation of Lands, Registration Own- Occu- 

of Voters, Lunacy, Police, Diseases of Animals, and ers. piers. 

General Purposes, - 22-50d 17'86d 

County Consolidated Assessment,- - - - 4"90d 5 - 26d 

Own. Occ 
On the Bute District— Roads, 10£d ln^d 
Public Health - - Hd . l|d 

Port-Bannatyne Drainage, 0^d 0^d 
Kilchattan Bay Drainage. Od 0d 

Kilchattan Bay Water Supply, 8d 8d 
Ascog Lighting, 4d 4d 

Own. Occ. 

On the Arran District — 
Roads, - - - Is 6d Is 6d 

Health, - - - Id Id 
Brodick Scavenging, - 4^d 4id 

On the Cu.mbrae District — 
Roads, &c, - - l|d l|d 






Per Annum— 

For Gentlemen, ... ... ... 25s Od 

„ Ladies, Boys and Girls, ... ... 12s 6cl 

Winter Tickets, from 1st Oct. to 15th May, 12s 6d 
„ „ Ladies, Boys and Girls, 6s 3d 

(Boys and Girls reckoned up to IS years of age). 

Charge per Bound ... ... •■• Is 6d 

per Day (except July and August), 2s Od 
„ during July and August, 2s 6d 

Week, ... 8s 6d 

Do., for Ladies, Boys and Girls, 7s Od 
Fortnight... ... ... 12s 6d 

Do., Ladies, Boys and Girls 10s Od 

Month, 18s Od 

Boys' and Girls' Monthly Tickets,.. . . 12s 6d 

Lockers for any period up to a year, 2s 6d. 

PUBLIC OFFICIALS— County of Bute. 

Sheriff Court. — Bute is joined with Renfrew. The Court meets at Rothksay on 

Thursday forenoons at 11 o'clock. Circuit Small Debts Courts meet quarterly at 
Brodick, Arran, on the third Wednesdays in March, June and November, and 
about the end of September; and at Millport, Cumbrae, in March and Sep- 
tember. Sheriff Principal, Jas Mercer Irvine, kc. Sheriff-Substitute, Thomas J 
Martin, M a, advocate. Hon Sheriff-Substitutes, Alister H Forbes, Win Lyle and 
George Hicks, Rothesay; Colonel M Gray Buchanan, Port-Bannatyne ; James 
Allan, Clauchlands, Lamlash, Arran, and William Martin, Millport 

Clerk, Thomas W Alexander. Clerks-Depute — Rothesay, Wm Watson ; Lamlash; 
J A MaeRae; Millport, James Stewart. Procurator-Fiscal, William Grant. 
Depute, James Mackinnon. Nautical Assessors, captains A Wood, 6 Morgan ter, 
Maryfield, Dundee; D Macdonald, 39 Kelly st, Greenock ; Alex Coull, Braeriach 
<Kiadrant road, Newlands, Glasgow: Michael Benson, 6 Bank st, Greenock: and 
Robert G Tait, 28 Ardgowan st (West), Greenock. Medical Referees appointed 
under the Workmen's Compensation Acts : — - Buteshire — John Marshall, jid, 
Rothesay ; Island of Arran, Robert Allan, M d, Ardrossan. Specialist for 
Industrial Disease — Dr John Glaister, 3 Newton pice, west, Glasgow. For Oph- 
thalmic cases — Dr A Maitland Ramsay, 15 Woodside place, Glasgow. Divisional 
Inspector of Mines — Scotland District— J Masterton, m b e, 59 Cockburn st, 
Edinburgh. Sheriff-Officers, Alexander Campbell and Walter M c Kendrick, Water- 
gate, Rothesay; James Boyd. Dairy; John Brown, Ayr; John Albert Carson, 
8 Duke st, Kilmarnock; Joseph M'Culloch, Ardrossan ; Henry Devlin and Jas 
Richmond, 13 Hamilton st, Greenock; Patrick F Skelton, 28 King st, Port- 
Glasgow ; Jas Crossley, 116 St Vincent st, and Jas Paton, Glasgow: John Stuart 
Gourock ; Wm C Gibson, Greenock ; and Thomson M^Arthur, Glasgow 

Auditor, T W Alexander. Keeper of Court- House and Bar Officer, Mat. C Stewart 
The Circuit Court for Buteshire meets six times a year in Glasgow 

Justices of the Peace. — Quarter Sessions are held at Rothesay on first Tuesdays of 
March, May and August, and last Tuesday of October; and Courts of Petty 
Sessions are held as required 

Jsle of Bute— Ex-Provosts Robert C. Miller and Jas Fisher, Rothesay; William 
M'lntosh and James A Walker, Glasgow; and Robert Burness, Prestwick; ex- 
Bailies M 'Bride, Buchanan, Muir, Lvle and Cunningham; Wm Hunter,°builder ; 
sir John Reid Ardencraig; Thos Barr, Eskechraggan; James C Sinclair; and 
captain Geo Miller, Rothesay; colonel Michael R Gray Buchanan, Ettrickdale ; 
John Ferguson, Pointhouse ; Arch Malcom, Port- 

Bannatyne; and A. R. C. Pitman, w.s., Edinburgh 

Appointed in 1920. 
Thomas W Alexander, Sheriff Clerk ; George K Baillie, Langalbuintoch, Kiugarth; 
Andrew Clark, Glebelands; John Cunningham. Moredun, Craigmore ; Mrs Mary 
Fisher, Orlington ; Thomas Gilmour, Tile Works. Kingarth ; Andrew Hamilton, 
grocer, Rothesay ; James Howatt, Ardmory road ; John M Lamont, Clerk to 
Lieutenancy; Dr Jas B Lawson. Rothesay; Provost E R Macmillan,' Rothesay; 
Major Colin MaeRae and the Lady Margaret MaeRae ; Feorline, Argyllshire ; 
Alex MTntyre, farmer, Dunalunt ; Andrew M M'Kinlay, architect, ex-provost 
Jas M'Millan, o b e, Rothesay Jas P Malcom, Edinbeg ; Arch Montgomerie, 
auctioneer; John Slaven, fruit merchant; Malcolm Weir, Rullichedden, and Jas 
Wilson, sen, Port-Bannatyne. 


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Yearly, 25s 20s 15s 

Monthly, 15/6 12/6 12s 

Fortnightly, 10/6 8/6 7/6 

Weekly, 7/6 5/6 5s 

Per Game : Singles, 6d ; Doubles, 4d. 

Juniors to be reckoned up to 16 years. 

Single Players can occupy the Courts for 

only twenty-five minutes. 

Foursomes for thirty minutes. 

OFFICIALS— County of Bute 

Island of Arran — John Spiers, Bennecarrigan; Robert Hamilton, ex-piermaster, 
Brodick; James M'Gregor, quarry master, Corrie; Dr Neil Fullarton, John B 
Sweet, Millburn, and Jas Hodge, piermaster, Lamlash ; James Allan, Clauch- 
laiuls; James M'Kinnon, farmer; and Thomas Miller, piermaster, Whiting 
Bav; Robert Kerr, jun, piermaster, Lochranza; George Laidler, Brodick; Jas 
John Morton, Machrie; John Brown, Corriecravie ; Alex Spiers, Clachaig ; and 
Alex N M'Neil, Kildonan 

Appointed in 1920. 

Robert .Anderson, blacksmith, Pirnmill; Peter Baird, farmer, Tormore, Machrie: Win 
Brown, farmer, Shedog; Marquis and Marchioness of Graham, o B E. Brodick 
Castle; Wm Hamilton, St Qnivox, Whiting Bay; Enoch B Hastings, Corrie; 
Dr Jamieson, Brodick; Donald Mackenzie, jun., fanner, King's Cross; Peter 
Mackenzie, farmer, Cotacol ; John M 'Bride, farmer, Shannochie ; Neil Robert- 
son, farmer, Shiskine; and Dr Thomas Rutherford. Shedog. 
Cumbrae — Ex-Provosts Rowatt and Clark, Jas C Sharpe. and Wm Martin, 

Appointed in 1920. 

Ex- Provost Cockburn, Millport; John M'Naughton, ship captain, Millpoit ; Lieut- 
Colonel M'Leod Robertson, Millport ; and provost Robert Robertson 

Ex Officiis — The Sheriff' and Sheriff-Substitute; the Provost, Bailies, and Dean 
of Guild of Rothesay; the Baron Bailie of Mountstuart ; the Chief Magistrate 
of Millport ; and the Chairmen of District Committees and Parish Councils 

Clerk, Thomas W Alexander. Depute, William Watson. Procurator-Fiscal, William 
Grant. Water Bailiff, Charles Wright Morris, 24 Charlotte sq, Edinburgh. 

County Licensing Court,— George K Baiilie, Kingarth ; James P Malcolm. North 
Bute; Provust R Robertson. Millport ; ex-Bailie James M'Br;d<', Rothesay; 
George Laidler, Brodick; John M Lamont, Port-Bannatyne ; Major Norman H 
Constable, Rothesay ; and John Crawford, Portyre. 

County Licensing Appeal Court. — Appointed by the Justices of the Peace- Ex- 
Bailies Buchanan, Jas Cunningham. Howitt, and Wm Lyle, and Wm Hunter 
Rothesay; Alex M'Intyre, Dunalunt; Thos Gilmour, Kingarth ; and Andrew M 
MTvinlay, Rothesay. Appointed by the County Council — Donald M'Kenzie jun, 
King's Cross; Wm Brown, Shedog; Donald M'Kelvie, Lamlash : Peter Nicol, 
Dippei>; James Wilson, Port-Bannatyne; Colin M 'Lend Robertson, and John 
Rowatt, Millport 

County Council. — Convener, George Laidler, Brodick. Vice-Convener, John M'N 

Lamont, Port-Bannatvne. 
Members representing Electoral Divisions: — 
Arran — Corrie -Enoch Buchanan Hastings. Brodick — George Laidler, Strabane 

Lamlash— Donald M'Kelvie. Whiting Bay— Don Mackenzie, jun. Lochranza — 

Peter M 'Kenzie, Dougarie — James John Morton, Machrie. Jshedog— Wm Brown 

South End — Peter Nicol, Dippen 
Bute — Port-Bannatyne (East) — John M Lamont, Fembank. Port-Bannatyne 

(West), James Wilson. Victoria place. North End— Major Colin MacRae, Feor- 

line. Mountstuart— Norman H Constable. Kilchattan Bay— George K Bailie 
Ciimrrae — John Crawford, Portyre. Millport (East)— C. M'Leod Robertson, 

Millpoit (West)— John Rowatt. 
Appointed by Rothesay Town Council — provost E R Macmillan, Bailie Smith, 

Treasurer Geo Hicks, and councillor John Cunningham 



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OFFICIALS— County of Bute. 

Officivls. — County Clerk and Treasurer — David Arnot. Rothesay. District 
Collectors, : Kilbride and Kilmory, John B Sweet, Lamlasli. North Bute-- Arch 
Brown, Port- Bannatyne. Kingarth— W T Esplin ; Cumbrae— Jas Stewart, Mill, 
port; Rothesay (Burgh) John L Gardner. County Auditor — William Sharp, 
243 West George Street, Glasgow. Chief Constable — Churls Hading, County 
Buildings, Rothesay. Valuation and Registration Assessor, Wm M'Intosh, 142 
St Vincent Street, Glasgow. County Medical Officer — 

Sanitary Inspector aad Koad Surveyor — Wm Dunlop Brown, 
County Buildings, Rothesay. Inspector of Weights and Measures — Wm Clark, 
County Buildings, Love St. Paisley; assistant, Robt Adams. Veterinary Inspector 
-^-Wm Moodie, MRCVS"., Rothesay. County Analysts, John Wand Wm L Big- 
gart, Greenock. Lecturer, John W Reid. u n A, CD A 

Committees of the County Council — Road Board — George Laidler 
(chairman), Major MacRae, James John Morton, James Wilson, Dnld M'Kelvie, 
John M Lamont, C M'Leod Robertson, Wm Brown, Dnld M'Kenzie, jun, John 
Crawford, Peter Nicol, G K Baillie, E B Hastings and N H Constable 

Valuation — George Laidler (chairman), John M Lamont, James John Morton 
Wm Brown, Donald M'Kelvie, C M'Leod Robertson, John Rowatt, Don M'Ke-n- 
zie, jun, Peter M'Nicol, Peter M'Kenzie, Enoch B Hastings, Major MacRae, 
James Wilson, Geo K Baillie, and John Crawford 
Appeal Courts held in September at Brodick, Millport and Rothesay 

Finance— John M Lamont (chairman); Major Colin MacRae, Donald M r Kelvie 
G-eorge Laidler, Don M'Kenzie, jun, James J Morton, Peter M'Nicol, James 
Wilson, George K Baillie, John Rowatt, Peter M'Kenzie, Wm Brown, Enoch B 
Hastings, N H Constable and John Crawford. Sub-Committee--Major MacRae, 
James Wilson, John M Lamont, G K Baillie and N H Constable 

Exf,cutivk Committee under Diseases of Animals Act-- Donald M'Kenzie, jun 

(chairman), Wm Brown, Major Colin MacRae, Jas J Morton, Peter M'Kenzie 

provost Macmillan, councillor Cunningham, James Wilson G K Baillie, N H 

Coustable and John Crawford 

The Convener and Vice-Convener, ex ofliciis, members of the foregoing committees 

Standing Joint — Sheriff Martin (chairman). Appointed by Commissioners of 
Supply— George Laidler, John Ferguson, John M Lamont, John Ferguson and 
the provost of Millport. Appointed by the County Council — N H Constable, 
Donald M'Kelvie, James John Morton, James Wilson, C M'Leod Robertson 
and John Rowatt 

Profiteering— The County Council, Marquis of Graham, Lady M MacRae ; Mrs 
Winter, Aseog; Peter M' Arthur, Lamlash ; Duncan M'Millan, Port- Bannatyne, 
and Geo K Raillie, Langalbuinoch, Kingarth 

Licensing — Members appointed by the County Council to the Bute Licensing 
Court — George Laidler, N H Constable, John M Lamont, and John Crawford 
Appointed to Court of Appeal— Wm Brown, Donald M'Kelvie, Donald MTvenzie 
Peter Nicol, James Wilson, John Rowatt, and C M'Leod Robertson 

Board of Control — Members appointed by the County Council — Peter Nicol, 
James Wilson, G K Baillie, and John Rowatt 

Prison— Appointed for visiting the Prison at Greenock — ex-Provost Rowatt and 
John M Lamont 

District Committees: Arran— Geo Laidler (chairman) ; F B Hastings, Donald 
M'Kelvie, Donald M'Kenzie, jun, James J Morton, Wm Brown, Peter Nicol and 
Peter M'Kenzie 




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OFFICIALS- County of Bute 

Appointed by the Parish Councils— Kilbride: John W Inglis, farmer, Oakbank, 
Lamlash. Kilmory: Angus McAllister, farmer, Torbeg, Shisken 

Clerk and Treasurer, Geo Robertson, Strabane, Brodick. Medical Officer, Dr 
Rutherford, Skiskine. Road Surveyor and Sanitary Inspector, Andw Crockett 
BuxE--John M Lamont, (chairman); Major MacRae, Hugh Kerr, Jas Wilson and 
G K Baillie. Appointed by Parish Councils— Ths Gilmour, Kingarth; and N H 
Constable, N Bute 

Clerk and Treasurer, David Arnot. Rothesay. Medical Officer, Dr Berwick, 
Ardbeg. Sanitary Inspector and Road Surveyor, W D Brown, County Buildings 
Cumbkae — Colin M'Leod Robertson, John Rowatt and John Crawford, Portyre, 
Clerk. Treasurer and Road Surveyor, Jas Stewart, Millport, Medical Officer, 
Dr Rutherford; Sanitary Inspector, W D Brown, Rothesay 

Commissioners of Supply — John M Lamont, (convener) ; Maior MacRae John 
Ferguson, George Laidler, N H Constable, and ths Provost ef Millport 
Clerk, A W Herbert, Rothesay 

County Police — The County and Rothesay Burgh Police were amalgamated on 16th 
May, 19"23. The last annual report of the County Section shows that the force 
consisted of one Chief, one sub-chief, one iuspector, one sergeant, nine constables 
and 19 special con, stables. It is efficient and popular. There is an absence of 
serious crime in the, county. There are 24 licensed premises in Arran, Cumbrae 
and Bute outside of Rothesay Chief- Conatahle, Charles Harding, Rothesay 
Depute, Alex Stewat, Rothesay. Inspector, John MacRae, Lamlash 
For particulars of Rothesay section see page 43. 

District Board of Control — Ex-Prov M'Millan, Treasurer Hicks, Bailie Buchanan 
snd Prov. K R McMillan, Rothesay ; James Wilson, Port- Bannatyne ; Peter 
M'Nicol. Arran: John Rowatt, Millport ; and George K Baillie, Kingarth. 
Clerk, John M Lamont, Rothssay 

Buteshire Educational Authority. — Rev John M Dickie (chairman), Right Rev 
Hugh Cameron, Dr James Stewart Hall, George Hicks, John Maclachlan and 
James McMillan. Rothesay; Norman Huntly Constable, James P Malcora, Rev 
Archibald Grierson and Rev David B Nicol for Kingarth, North Bute and Cum- 
brae ; George Laidler, Brodick ; John M M'Leod, Pirnmill : Rev William Mac- 
leod, Shisken; and John Brunton Sweet, Lamlash. for Arran. 

Adviser. Harry J G Ross, m a ; Clerk and Treasurer, Win Grant; Auditor, James 
Maekinnon, all of Rothesay. 

Finance Committee — George Hicks (convener), Rev A Grierson, Messrs G Laidler, 
N H Constable, J Maclachlan. J McMillan, and J B Sweet. 

Bursary Committee — Revs A Grierson (convener), W Macleod and H Cameron, 
Dr Hall, and Messrs G Laidler J P Malcom and J M M'Leod 

Religious Knowledge — Revs D B Nicol (convener) and W Macleod, Dr Hall, and 
Messrs J Maclachlan, J P Malcom and J M M'Leod 

School Management Committee — Bute — The seven local members of the Authority 
(two as parents' representatives and one representating transferred schools), one 
from Rothesay Town Council, one from North Bute Parish Council, one from 
Kingarth Parish Council, and two teachers' representatives. 

Arran — The four local members of the Authority, two parents' representatives, two 
representatives from each Parish Council, and two teachers' representatives. 

Cumbrae — The two local members of the Authority, one representative from Mill- 
port Town Council, one member from Cumbrae Parish Council, one parents 
representative, and one teachers' representative. 


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OFFICIALS— County of Bute. 

Property and Income Tax Commissioners — Sir John Reid, Ardencraig; Michael 
R Gray-Buchanan, Ettrickdale ; John Ferguson, Pointhouse ; John M Lamont, 
Port-Bannatyne ; George Laidler, Brodick ; J B Sweet, Lamlash: and Sheriff 
Irvine, or in his absence, Sheriff Martin, ex-officio 
Clerk, Thomas W Alexander, Rothesay. Inspector, C H Smith, Greenock. Col- 
lector, J Gibb, Greenock 

War Pensions — RENFREW and BUTE AREA— The following have been formed 
a Committee for Buteshire: ex-Provost Rowatt Millport, Bailie Buchanan and 
John M Lamont, m b e, Rothesay 
Head-Office, Public Library Buildings, Greenock: Chief Officer, Duncan C Kerr. 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Families 'Association; Arran— Mrs Sweet; Miss Allan, Shis 
kine ; and George Laidler, Brodick 
Bute—Lady Margaret MacRae, cbe; Mrs Dickie, New Rothesay manse ; and 

Colonel M R Gray Buchanan, o be 
Cumbrae— miss Goldie, Millport 
Soldiers' aud Sailors' Help Society- J R Campbell, Clydesdale Bank 
Rothesay Representative to Joint-Disablement Committee— John M Lamont, M b e 
Do. Do. Scot. Assoc. L W P C — captain JMaclachlan 

Old Age Pensions. — All the County Councillors are members, and their powers 
have been delegated to the Arran, Bute and Cumbrae sub-Committees, as follows : 
Arran— George Laidler, J .J Morton, Wm Brown, Donald MTvelvie, Donald M'Ken- 
zie, jun, E B Hastings, Peter Nicol and Peter M'Kenzie 
Clerk, John R Thomson. Lamlash 
Bute (outside Rothesay) and Cumbrae -- John M Lamont (charimam), Geo K 
Baillie, N H Constable, C M'Leod Robertson, John Rowatt, Colin MacRae, 
James Wilson and John Crawford 
Clerk, Rothesay 

Rothesay Burgh— All the Town Councillors, 

Clerk, R D Whyte 
There are about 150 old age Pensioners in Arran, and 70 in Cumbrae and Bute 
(outside Rothesay). The number in Rothesay is about 260 

Inland Revenue. — Collector and Distributor of Stamps, G Ormerod, Custom Houses 
Greenock. Sub-Distributor of Stamps and Sub-Collector of Legacy and Succes- 
sion Duties, Post Office. Surveyor of Taxes, C H Smith, Municipal Buildings 

Customs and Excise. — Collector, G Ormerod, Custom House, Greenock. Surveyor. 
G W Knots. Officer of Customs and Excise and Pension Officer, W A MfAuslan, 
20 Castlehill street, Rothesay. 

The dates of the Pension Committee meetings are— -Burgh of Rothesay, last Tues- 
day in month. Millport, first Tuesday in month County of Bute, Bute and 
Cumbrae sub-Committee, first Tuesday in month. 

Inspector of Factories— C L Crampton, 250 St Vincent st, Glasgow. 




with which is incorporated 

The Bute Insurance Company. 

Fire Accident, Plate Glass, Fidelity Guarantee, Burglary Insurance, 

<kc. transacted. 
Prospectuses and Forms of Proposal may be obtained from any of the Agents of the 
Company, or at the Rothesay Branch Office 28 Castle, 

MACBETH & MACLAGAN, District Secretaries 
Chief Office for Scotland, 141 West George Street, Glasgow, 

ARTHUR MOFFATT. District Manager 

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Established 1824. 
The Hon. N. Charles Rothschild, President. 

ASSETS EXCEED £25,000,000. 
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For Prospectuses, &c, apply to 

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Agent in Rothesay — 
J. L. MASTEIITON, Bank of Scotland. 

OFFICIALS- -County of Bute. 

British Eed Cross Society — Buteshire Branch—President, Marchioness of Bute, 
DBt; Vice-Presidents, the Lady Margaret MacKae of Feorlinnn, o b e, j p 
and Mrs Phillips, Tourville, IMillport ; County Director, the Lady Margaret Mac- 
Kae of Feorlinn, o 15 e, jp; County Secretary — Major Colin MacKae of Feor- 
linn. cue: County Hon Treasurer, Lady Margaret MacRae, o b e, J r; Hon 
Secretary for Cum'orae, Rev A Grierson ; Hon Treasurer for Cumbrae. T W 
M'Ewan, Union Bauk of Scotland; General Committee, sirs James McMillan, 
Mrs Duncan Dewar, Mrs E R M lcmillan, Mrs Mackay, Mrs Myles, Mrs Muir, 
Miss Reisberg, Mrs Fisher jp ,Miss MtCarthy, Mrs Marshall, Miss Brodie, Mrs 
Gray-Buchanan and Mrs Dickie; and co-opted Member, Mrs Cochran 

National Health Insurance. — The granting of exemptions are dealt with by the 
Customs and Excise Department 

Provincial Local Insurance Committee— Secretary— M'Iritosh, Rothesay 

Bute Assuraice Company. Limited (merged in the State Fire Insurance (Limited)— 
Local Secretary and Treasurer, Macbeth & Maclagan 

Political Associations — Buteshire Liberal, amalgamated with North Ayrshire- 
President, ex-provost Wm Brown, Largs. Local Secretaries, Miss Margt M'Nab 
and Hairy R M'Nab. Treasurer, Donald M'Callum 
Bute and North Ayrshire Unionist Association, with District Associations for 
Bute, Arran and Cumbrae, and Bute Voters in Glasgow — Hon President, Mar- 
quis of Bute ; President, Sir John Reid, Ardencraig ; Treasurer, John Gem- 
mill ; Secretary, Alex Brown jun Rothesay. Lady representative to Central 
Scottish Unionist Association, Mrs McMillan — to act along with the President. 

Eoyal Northern Yacht Cluh — Club-House, Argyle Street- Commodore, Andrew 
Bain. Secretary and treasurer, A Herbert Aspin, 105 West George st, Glasgow. 
Clubmaster, Neil M'*K Boyle Fixtures: Opening Cruise, May 18-19; Open 
Regatta, Rothesay, June, "23-25 ; Handicap Regatta, July 7 ; Closing Cruise, 
August 81 and Sept 1 

Miscellaneous Associations — Buteshire Wine, Spirit and Beer Trade-President 
John Blair. Secretary, Alex Robertson, Victoria st ; Treasurer, 

Buteshire Natural History Society— Museum, Old Mansion House, Rothesay. 

Patron, the Marquis of Bute. President, Alex G Bu.tgess. Hon Secretary and 

Treasurer, R D Whyte. Librarian, A F Forrest Meteorologist, J Davidson, 

Bure Live Stock Improvement Society — Chairman, Alex M'Intyre, Dunallan, 

Bute. Secretary, , Rothesay 

Rat Campaign in Renfrew and Bute : — Representative for Arran— Donald M'Kel- 
vie, Lamlash ; for Bute, John M Lawrie, Rothesay 

Boy Scouts — County Chairman, Marquis of Bute. County Commissioner, Sir 
John Reid, Ardencraig, Rothesay. For local companies, see Districts 

Girl Guides — County Commissioner, Lady Margaret MacRae ; Divisional Com- 
missioner, Miss Gray-Buchanan; District Commissioner, Miss Marshall; County 
Secretary, Mrs Hicks 


OFFICIALS— County of Bute. 

Glasgow Bute Benevolent Society/, instituted 1867, for the aid of indigent 
persons belonging to Bute, particularly such as are of advanced age and respecta- 
bility of character. Subscription for life membership: gentleman, £2 2s; lady, 
£1 Is. President, James N Kirsop. Secretary and Treasurer, James A M'Leish, 
197 St Vincent street, Glasgow. The funds in hand amount to £4740. The 
membership is 183. The donation roll contains the names of 52 very deserving 
persons Last year the sum distributed was £168 16s 

Glasgow Buteshire Association.— President, G D Paterson, Rothesay. Hen 
Secy and Treas, Miss J Martin, 5 Cadogan ter, Sandyford, Glasgow. 

Bute and Renfrew Milk Records Association —President, Sir Hugh Shaw 
Stewart. Secretary, JVUDougall, writer, Paisley. Bute representative, Robt 
M'Alister, Mid-Ascog 

Scottish Band of Hope Union. — President, Lord Rowallan. Local Collector, miss 
Jane J Reid 

(For District Officials see District Lists. 





Estimates Furnished on Application. 
All Orders Punctually Attended To. 


The Isle of Bute 

IS 16 miles lone;, with an average breadth of 4 miles. It is rocky in tne north and 
south, but fertile in the intervening; districts. Tlie climate is milder and more 
equable than on the mainland ; and the place is, in consequence, a favourite health and 
pleasure resort 

Lord of tne Manor —John Crichton Stuart, fourth Marquis of Bute, kt, MountStuart 
House. Estate Office, 48 High Street, Rothesay. Factor, Norman Huntly 
Constable, Foley House 

Secieties, Clubs, &e.— Bute Agricultural Society ( Established 1806). — 
Hon President, the Marquis of Bute. President, Mrs M r Alister, Meikle Kil- 
mory. Secietary and Treasurer, James Mackinnon, Albert pi 

Bute Branch, National Farmers' Union, including the Islands of Bute and 
Cumbrae, for dealing with matters relating to the interests of Farmers concern- 
ing food control, prices, etc. — President, Alex M c Intyre ; Secretary and Trea- 
surer, James Mackinnon, Rothesay 

Bute Farmers' Trading Society (Limited) — President, Win Hunter, Upper 
Ettrick. Secretary, Alex Lyon, Barefield 

Bute Farmers' Limited, for the establishment of a Smithy in Stuartst. Presi- 
dent, Alex McIntyre, Dunallan ; secretary, Doug L Cowan, Grenach 

Bute Fanciers' Society, estab. 1902, for the improvement cf the various breeds 
of poultry, pigeons cage-birds and cats.— President, David Brown. Secretary, 
John Holmes, joiner, Montague st. Treasurer, John M c Crone 

Bute Unionist Association, established 1880. — President, Sir John Reid, 
Ardencraig. Vice-President, Charles M'Kay, Victoria street. Secretaries, Alx 
Brown jun, and Jean M'Millan Treasurers, and Miss Young 

Bute Auxiliary of the National B ible Society of Scotland — President, 
Rev Joseph Traill. Secretary, . Treasurer, David E Ritchie, 

Royal Bank. £60 was sent to the Parent Society last year 

Bute Sabbath School Union— Meets monthly in one of the Church Halls- 
President, . Interim Secretary and Treasurer, Angus Thomp- 

Bute Women's Temperance Prayer Union. — Meets in the Good Templar Hall 
every Thursday afternoon at 8.30. President, Mrs John Watson, 1 Barone rd. 
-Secretary, sirs Mainland; Treasurer, Mrs Andrews 

Comunn Gaidhealach Bhoid — To promote the cultivation of the Gaelic lan- 
guage, literature, music, art and industries — President, the Marchioness of Bute 
Convener of Committees, captain James Kennedy. Treasurer, Archd Campbell, 
Secretary, J W Campbell, jun t Black Bull Inn 

Bute Camanachd Club. — President, ex-provost Jas M'Millan ; Secretary, John 

OFFIGTAT^-Tsleof Bute. 

Food Production — Bute District Executive Agricultural Committee— Chairman 
Alex AFIntyre, Dunallan 
Red Cross Society, see County lists, page 31. 

Ministry of Labour — Branch Employment Office. — Branch Manager, William 
Campbell, 45 Watergate 

Bute and Cowai, Colportage Mission.— Bute Chairman, Bute ministers in 
rotation. Secretary, Dr Hewison. Treasurer, J L Masterton. Colporteur, Geo 

Royal Samaritan Hospital, Glasgow (for treatment of resppctable poor women 
afflicted with diseases peculiar to their sex) — Rothesay superintendent, Mrs 
Tnrnbull, Dunmore, Craigmore ; Collectors, Misses Urknev and Service and Mrs 
Turnbull. Port- Bannatyne superintendent, Mrs Mylts, Wester Karnes; Collec- 
tors, Misses McDonald & M'Fadyen 

Glasgow and West of Scotland Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals 
established 185G, to prevent cruelty to animals, and to encourage humanity and 
gentleness towards animals. President, the Hon the Lord Provost of Glasgow 
Chairman, Professor Robert Latta, ma, I) phil, University, Glasgow. Secretaries 
and Treasurers, Lowndes & Renwick, writers, 28 Bath street, Glasgow Local, 
Headquarters, 3|- Victoria street — Inspector, W D Tassie. Superintendent 
James Leslie 

Bute Bee-Keepers' Association — President, Archd. Montgomerie. Secretary- 

Lloyd's .Agent. — 

Coast Guard. — Head-quarters, 

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Parish and Burgh of Rothesay. 

ROTHESAY, tlie capital of Buteshire, was originally a village in connection with 
the Castle, and was created a Royal Buvgh by Robert III in 1400. It became 
place of considerable importance in fishing, coopering, cotton spinning and weaving, 
and now it is noted as the most popular Summer resort in Scotland. 

Twenty-seven years ago the landward portion of the Parish of Rothesay being 
amalgamated with North Bute, henceforth, for secular purposes, the boundary of 
the parish is the same as that of the burgh. 

Duke of Rothksay — The Heir Apparent to the throne. H R II Prince Edward 
of Wales. Keeper of the Great Seal, Andrew Graham Murray, Baron Dunedin 

(For Courts and Court Officials, Justices of the Peace, and 
County Boards, see County Lists.) 

Heritors' Committee — Provost Macmillan (convener), Bailie Buchanan, ex-Bailie M £ - 
Bride, and Messrs It I) Whyte, N C Constable, James Cunningham and John 
Cunningham Clerk — William Grant, Castle Street 

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. — A birth must be registered within 21 days : a mar- 
riage within three days, and a death within eight days. Registrar, Alexander 
Campbell. Hours— 10 till 1, and 2 till 4. Saturdays, 10 — 1 

Births, 164 : Deaths, 142; marriages, 63 in 1922 
„ 155; ,, 135; „ 55 1921 

Last year, 27 deaths were of non-residents, and the largest number were over 70 
Session Clerk — Andrew Clark, Glendela, Glebe lands 

Constituencies. — The recently-issued Voters' Roll shows the Parliamentary and 
Municipal constituencies to be 6166. 

Valuation f Bunca 





Ward No. I, 

. £12,349 



£15,275 13 


II, .. 




13,775 2 






16,986 8 






23,115 5 





17,443 1 







19,953 14 




£106,549 4 





£86,321 £89,511 £105,635 £107,116 4 11 

Population — In 1871,7,760 ; 1881,8,291; 1891,9034; 1901, 9323; 1911, 9299 
1821 (taken in June instead of April), 16,123 

WardNo.l, 815 males; 1486 females; 2310, total 

2, 982 1441 2423 

3, 1145 1545 2899 

4, 1284 1677 2961 

5, 1149 1469 2630 

6, 793 1411 2304 



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^ Assessments, Benefactions, &c., Parish and Burgh, Rothesay. 

Assessments — Parochial — The following have been imposed by the Parish Council 
Poor Rates, Is 0£ d per £1; (less 10 per cent) : Education Rate, Is 7^d (less 10 pc) 

Bukghal — The Town Council have imposed 3s 9d per £1 for Burgh General and 
other Assessments — equally divided between landlord and tenant. 

Laud Tax and Registration of Births, &c, Od ; County Voters Registration, Od — 
— payable by proprietors only. Water, lid per £1. Gas, 4/2^ per 1000 cubic 
fept (less 10°/ o in a month), prepayment meters, 5/2^d, with discount of l^d 
per 1000 cubic feet 

Benefactions — Mrs Ann Taylor or Jackson's Bequest. — The annual interest 
of £100 is expended by the Provost and Magistrates in providing coals for per- 
sons of the name of Taylor, and natives of Skipness or Rothesay. 

Miss Janet Gibson's Bequest. — The interest of £200 is invested with the Min- 
ister of the parish, and the Provost and Magistrates of the burgh, for the benefit of 
old and infirm poor, and applied annually at Candlemas — each recipient receiving 
a sum of about 5s. 

The James Duncan Charity — £2000, reduced to £1600, bequeathed by the late 
Jas Duncan of Valparaiso and Rothesay, for the annual benefit of 10 old women 

Bute Wedding Dowry.— £1000 bequeathed in commemoration of the silver wed- 
ding of John Patrick Crichton- Stuart, 3rd Marquess of Bute, to be given by the 
Provost and Magistrates annually to enable some girl or girls of the poorer classes 
to be married. 
Educational Grant. — In terms of a grant made by the Town Council, and 
arrangement with the School Board, six children are entitled to free education in 
the Academy for three years 

Duncan Thomson Bequest. — £2000 bequeathed to the Provost, Magistrates and 
Town Council of the burgh, and the Parochial Board of the parish, for the erec- 
tion of a statutory poor house. The Parish Council four years ago bought a field 
at Townhead for £1066 18s 8d, on which they purpose to build. With interest, 
the sum now stands at £11,751 16s 9d 

Paterson Bequest. — The interest of £300, bequeathed by the late Miss Janet 
Paterson, Whinny Brae, is divided annually at Candlemas, through the Provost 
and Senior Bailie, among aged and infirm persons. 

Mrs Mary Miller Bequest.-— The interest of £60 is, also through the Provost 
and Magistrates, applied for coals to the poor. 

Archibald Brown Bequkst. — The interest of £100 bequeathed by the late 
Archibald Brown, banker, is annually divided by the Provost and Magistrates at 
Candlemas amongst the poor and infirm of the town. 

Bethia Weir Bequest. — Interest on £51 Is, to be applied annually by the 
Magistrates and Town Council for supplying coal to the poor. 

The Provost's Fund, instituted by James M'Millan, obb, in commemoration of 
the King's first visit to Rothesay in July, 1920 — subscribed for the benefit of 
soldiers' widows. Sums collected amount to about £1100 : sum aimed at,£1000 

War Memorial Fund. — Collected £2581 ; sum aimed at, £25(0. 

TOWN COUNCIL. _ Meets at noon on second Monday of each month. Provost — 
Eben B Macmillan, Bailies — James Smith, John ilaclachlan and John Slaven : 
Dean of Guild, George Halliday; Treasurer, George Hicks ; Councillors — Archi- 
bald Brown, Duncan Brown, Donald Buchanan, John Cunningham, George Gray- 
son Hill, m b e, James Howitt, John Morton Lawrie, William Meldrum, James 
M'Millan, o b e, Charles Muir, Neil M"Nicol, and William Watson 



Hotel Victoria 

Opposite the Gardens and Band Stand. 


Telephone, No. 53 

JOHN BLAIR. Proprieto 

'Phone No. 145. 

Queen's Hotel 


On the West Kay. 

r r , HIS First-Class HOTEL has been re-Decorated and re 
-1 Furnished. Excellent Cuisine. New Smoking Room 

Large Gardens. Moderate Tariff. 

A Few Minutes from Golf Course. 


' « 

OFFICIALS— Rothesay Parish and Burgh. 

Tiie Magistrates and Town Council are also Police Commissioners Six members 
(one representing each ward) retire annually on the first Tuesday of November 
in normal times —when new elections take place. 

Officials — Town Clerk and Legal Assessor, KoWt Duncan Whyte. Depute, 
James Rose, u, b, w s. Collector of Rates and Valuation Assessor, John L 
Gardner. Burgh Prosecutor. William Grant. Master of Works and Engineer, 
Alexander Stephen. Chief Constable, captain Harding. Gas Manager. William 
Whyte. Medical Officer. James Stewart Hall, m b . Analysts, J W & W L 
Biggart, Greenock. Inspector of Weights and Measures, Win Clark, Paisley. 
Cuurt-House Keeper and Inspector of Explosives, Matthew C Stewart. 
Inspector of Slaughter-House, James M'Lean. Auditor,' David Guthrie, ca, 
Glasgow. Veterinary Surgeon Win Moodie, Rothesay. Golf Clubmaster, Dun- 
can Barr. Inspector under the Shops Act, &c, Matthew C Stewart 

TAEISH COUNCIL — -Meets on the first Tuesday of each month. Bailie Donald 
Buchanan (chairman), Messrs James Cunningham, James Heaton,John Jones, 
Henry R Leitch, John Lamont, Arch Meikle, Arch Monrgomerie, Frank Mont- 
gomerie, Chas Muir, , John Slaven, and Angus Speirs. The 

members are elected every three years 

Officials — Inspector of Poor, Clerk, and Collector — A Ross Thomson Medical 
Officer, James Burnett Lawson, md. ' Auditor, C A Cadell 
Wards — The Burgh was, in 188b*, divided into six wards for municipal purposes. 

No. I — Ardbeg road, Ardmory road,Argyle place, Argyle terrace, Landward, Marine 
place, Mackinlay street, Macnab'sbrae, Westwood, Wyndliam road. Representa- 
tives: Town Council — Bailie Maclaehlan and Messrs Howitt and Muir. Parish 
Council — .Messrs Muir and Speirs 

No. 2 — Alma terrace (part of), Bridgend street (west side), Argyle street, Ballochgoy 
terrace, Bridge street, Chapelhill road, Gallowgate (west side), Havelock terrace, 
Hillhouse road (west side), Inkerman terrace, Landward, Lilyoak terrace, StafTa 
place, York terrace, Westland road. Representatives: Town C uncil — Provost, 
Kben R Macmillan, Messrs Buchanan and Brown. Parish Council — Messrs Cun- 
ningham and Leitch 

No. '! — Alma terrace (part of), Barone road (west side), Bridgend street (east side) 
Cohnnshill place, Coluihshill street, Gallowgate (east side) Glenhead place 
Gowanfield place, Hillhouse road (east side), John street, King street, Ladeside 
street, Landward, Macalister's court, Mill street (west side), Montague street 
(from Gallowgate to Tower street), Tower street (west side), Victoria street 
(from Gallowgate to Tower street), West Castle street. Representatives : Town 
Council — Messrs Hill, Lawrie and Meldrum. Parish Council — Messrs Buchanan, 
Heaton and Slaven 

No. 4 — Castlehill street, part of Castle street, Guildford square, High street, (from 
Guildford square to Castle street). High street (west side), Landward, Meadow- 
cap, Montague street (from Tower street to Watergate), Mill street (east side), 
Russell street, Stuart street, Tower street (east side), Union street, Victoria street, 
(from Tower street to Guildford square), Watergate (west side), Ascog Loch road 
(south side). Representatives: Town Council — ex-provost Jas M'Millan, Bailie 
Slaven and Dean of Guild Halliday. Parish Council —Messrs Jones and Frank 

No. 5 — Albert place, Bishop street. Bishop terrace, Bishop terrace brae (west side) 
Castle street, Croft lane, Kast Princes street (to number 21), High street east 
side, from Castle street to Minister's brae), Landward, Minister's brae (north 


James M'Nieol, 

Family Bread, Biseuit,&Pastry Bakers 

87 Montague street. 

Soiree and Pic-Nic Parties provided for. 
Hot Pies every Saturday Night. 

_ _ Telephone 161. 

EAS TIM! _AJ£T S Ltd,, 

Family and Shipping Butchers, 

57 Montague Street, 

Always on hand a Choice Selection of Beef, Mutton arid Lamb. 

Mince and Sausages a Speciality. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses catered for. 


HWnrserymeii and Seedsmen, 

Craigmore Nursery, Criehton Road. 

Formerly Public Park Nursery, 110 High Street. 

Seeds, Phmts, Bulbs, Cut Flowers, Tomatoes and White Heather in Season. 
Phone, 75 


Upholsterers. Blind and 

lied dins: Manufacturers, 

Motor K: aulage. 


21 Bridge-End Street. 

COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER— Floorcloth, Carpet, Bedding, &c. 

Picture Framing. Pianos on Hire. Removals Conducted. Furniture Stored. 

Carpets Beaten by Steam Power on the Premises. 

OFFICIALS— Burgh and Parish of Rothesay. 

side), Store lane, Watergate (east side), West Princes street, Mountpleasant road, 
Serpentine road. Representatives— Town Council— Messrs Cunningham, M'Nicol 
and Smith. Parish Council— Messrs Arch Meikie and M'Millan 
No. 6 — Albany road. Ardencraig road, Battery place, Bishop terrace brae (east side)- 
Craigmore road, Crichton road, East Burgh Lands, East Princes street (from No. 
22), Eastlands road, Landward, Mountstuart road. Representatives: —Town 
Council — Treasurer Hicks, and Messrs Brown and Watson. Parish Council — 
Messrs Montgomerie and Lamont 

Town Council Committees — Burgh Lands and Golf CouRSE-nailie Maclaclilan 
(convener), ex-provost M'Millan (sub-convener), Dean of Guild Halliday, and 
councillors A Brown, Howitt, Meldrum Muir and M'Nicol 

Gas — Bailie Smith (convener), Bailie Slaven. councillors Cunningham (sub-con- 
vener), A Brown, D Brown, Meldrum, Jas M'Millan, and M'Nicol 

Water — Dean of Guild Halliday (convener), Bailie Slaven. councillors Lawrie 
(sub-convener), Buchanan, Howitt, Muir, M'Millan, and Watson 

Finance — Treasurer Hicks (convener), provost, E R Macmillan (sub-convener), 
Bailies Smith and Maclaclilan, Dean of Guild Halliday, Buchanan, Hill, Howitt 
and Watson 

Polick — Provost E R Macmillan (convener), Bailies Smith (sub-convener), Mac- 
laclilan and Slaven, Treasurer Hicks, councillors Buchanan, Howitt, and M'- 

Roads — councillors Watson (convener), and M'Millan (sub-convener), provost E 
R Macmillan, Bailie Slaven, Dean of Guild Halliday, councillors D Brown, How- 
itt and M'Nicol 

Public Health — Councillor Hill (convener), Treasurer Hicks (sub-convener), 

Bailies Smith and Maclaclilan, councillors Howitt, Lawrie, Meldrum and Muir 
Parks — Councillors Howitt (convener), and D Brown (sub-convener), provost E 

R Macmillan, Bailie Maclaclilan, Councillors A Brown, Cunningham, Hill, and 

L>EAN of Guild Court — Dean of Guild, Halliday, councillors D Brown, Muir. 

M'Nicol and Watson 
Stewart Institute, Members of Board of Management — Bailie Maclaclilan, 

Treasurer Hicks, and councillrs Howitt and M'Millan 
Prison — Member of Greenock Prison Visiting Committee, councillor Cunningham 
Old Age Pensions — provost E R Macmillan (chairman). Bailies Smith, Maclaclilan 

and Slaven, Treasurer Hicks, councilors Buchanan D Brown, Cunningham 

Lawrie, Meldrum, Muir and M'Millan 
There are about 260 pensioners in the Burgh). 
County Council, Burgh Representatives — provost Macmillan, Bailie Smith, 

Treasurer Hicks and councillor Cunningham 
Lunacy — Representatives to the District Board of Control — provost Macmillan, 

Treasurer Hicks, councillors Buchanan and M'Millan 
Royal Burghs, Representatives to the Convention. — Commissioner, provost 

Macmillan ; Assessor, Bailie Smith 
Representative: Elder to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland — 

superintendent William David 

Civil Distress, Prince of Wales' Committee for relief— ex-Provost Fisher, chairman 



'Phone. 1-10. 

Charles J. Pullen, 



Theatre ID e Luxe, 

West Princes Street. 
Proprietor, - - - F. R, Burnettk. 

Continuous Programmes. 

All the Best Pictures. Good Music. 

Acknowledged to be the only Real Picture House in Rothesay. 

Cleanliness and Civility my Mottoes. 

Popular Prices. 

Plume, 87. 

John Cruiekshanks, 

Plumber, Gasfitter & Xinc Worker, 

49 High street, Rothesay. 

Wash-H&nd Basins, Plunge, Soray and Shower Baths fitted up for Hot or Cold Water 
l)rain, Soil or Waste Pipes Tested 

Agent toi- 
lless' Petrol, 

Francis Dewar, 

Carpenter, Boat Builder and Boat Hirer, 

Old Mission Church, High St., and Esplanade (Opposite Band Stand 

Ivlotoir Launclies: 
" LA D Y B U T E " and «LA D Y MA R Y,' 

Carries 50 Passengers (under Board of Trade Regulations) Carries 12 Passengers. 

Long and Short Cruises by Day and Evening. 

Repairs Promptly Attended to. Rowing Boats and Fishing Tackle supplied. 


OFFICIAL?— Rothesay Parish and Burgh. 

Licensing Appeal Court _ Appointed by Justices — ex-provost Jas M'Millan 
and Messrs Donald Buchanan, Rothesay, and John Ferguson, Port-Bannafyne. 
Appointed by Rothesay Magistrates — provost E R Macmillan and Bailies Smith 
and Maclachlai) 

Harbour Trust — The Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council, along with the fol- 
lowing shipowners' representatives : Messrs L H Gilchrist, John D Rodger, John 
Halliday and Charles Bremner 

Harbour Committee — Councillor Buchanan (convener), Rrovost E R Macmillan 
(sub-convener), Bailies Smith, Treasurer Hicks, councillors Hill and McMillan, 
and Messrs Gilchrist, Rodger, Halliday and Bremner 

Officials— Clerk, R D Whyte. Depute, James Rose. Harbour-Master, Robert 
Houston, Master of Works, Alex Stephen, Bridge Attendant, D M'Lellan. 
Overseer of Turnstiles, the Harbourmaster 

Parish Council Committees — LAW-Messrs Buchanan, Jones, Archd Montgomerie 
(convener), and MfMillan 

Finance -Messrs Buchanan (convener), Cunningham, Heaton, Meikle, Muir and 

Cemeteey ~ Messrs Leitch, (convener), Cunningham, Lament, A Montgomerie; 
M'Millan, Slaven, and Speirs 
Visiting— The Whole Council 

Parish House— Messrs Buchanan, Cunningham (convener), Heaton, A Montgomerie 
Meikle and Muir 

Casual Sick-House — Messrs Muir (convener), Heaton, Jones, Lam on t F Mont- 
gomerie, Slaven and Spehs 
Matron, Miss Elizabeth Hamilton 

Police. — Chief Constable, capt. Harding supt., Win David ; Sergts., Alex Gray and 
Alex Gunn, and 11 constables. The annual Report for 1922 states that no crimes 
of a serious nature were committed within the burgh. There are six licensed 
hotels 19 publie houses and 10 licensed grocers. Twelve special permissions were 
issued during the year. There were als olicensed 41 cab and taxi-drivers, 13 
omnibus drivers. 9 brokers, 12 quay porters, 8 chimney sweeps, 44 hackney car- 
riages and taxi-cabs, 11 omnibuses, 7 halls, 2 billiard rooms, 3 premises for 
cinematograph exhibitions, and 23 pedlars' certificates were issued. 781 bouses 
' were closed during the winter months, (894, 886, 851 844 and 800 during the 
previous years). There were 12 sudden deaths, 1 death by drowning, 2 fatal 
accidents, 8 fires and 18 minor accidents during the year. The ambulance wag- 
gon was used 71 times during the year 

CHURCHES. — The Established Presbytery meets at Dunoon on last Wednesday in 
April and September and first Wednesday in July ; at Rothesay on last Wednes- 
day of March and November. Clerk, Rev John Saunders, b d, Kingarth. 
Synod of Argyll — next meeting April, 1924. 
The United Free Presbytery usually meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 
Rothesay and Dunoon alternately. Clerk, Rev J M"K Campbell, Lochgoilhead , 
Next meeting of Synod, April, 1924 — Clerk, Rev J M"K Campbell 
The Free Presbytery meets in Hope Street Church Buildings, Glasgow, on the 1st 
Tnesdav of each month 



'Phone, No. 210. 

James Smith, 

Joiner, Cabinetmaker, 

and Funeral Undertaker, 

15 Bishop street, Rothesay. 

Established over Haifa-Century. 

John MaeLaehlan, 

Successor to SAMUEL THOMPSON), 

Hatter, Hosier, Clothier & General Outfitter, 
67 Montague street. 





Concerts, Socials and Dances. 

J. S. GILLESPIE, Manager. 


Can always be had at the Shops of the 


made at the Well-Known New Bakery of the 

United Co -Operative Baking Society, Limited, 


OFFICIALS— Rothesay Parish and Burgh. 

Pakish Church, High street (Hours of worship, 11 30 am and 6.30 pm in 
Summer. 11*30 am in Winter). Minister, Rev James King Hewison, i*. 
Session-Clerk, Andrew Clark. Superintendent of Sabbath Schools, Rev. Dr 
Hewison. Harmoniumist, David Rodger. Church Officer, Wm Cunningham, 
Barone road 

New Parish, Argyle street (hours of worship, 11 a.m and 6.30 pm) —Rev John 
51 Dickie, bd. Session Clerk, Dugald Weir. Clerk and Treasurer, Win Grant 
Seat-Letters, J A Urquhart and William David. Organist, Arthur S Christie. 
Superintendent of Sabbath School, Frank Montgomerie. Church Officer, Donald 
51 "Fie, 36 Bishop st 

Craigmore Parish (St Brendan's), (hours of worship 11 a.m and 6.30 p.m) — 
J Morrell M'William ba. Session-Clerk, M Mackenzie. Clerk to Managers 
and Treasurer, Organist, John Cummiug. Church Officer, — 

Alex Perston, Palace Buildings 

Established Gaelic, Russell street. Church vacant. 

United Free Pakish, Castle street (hours of worship, 11 a m and 6.30 pm)-- -Rev 
Joseph Traill, b d. Session-Clerk, J L Masterton. Clerk to Deacons' Court. 
Chas Paterson Treasurer, D Buchanan. Seat-Letter, Peter M'Arthur. Super- 
intendents of Sabbath Schools, John G Dodds and James Duncan. Organist, 
Robert Campbell, a r c v Officer, Robert Young, Castle st 

United West Free, Argyle street (hours of worship, 11am and 630 pm) — 
Rev William G Taylor, m a. Session Clerk, David Stewart. Clerk to Dae- 
cons' Court, Thos W Doggart. Treasurer, James Smith. Seat-Letter, Andrew 
Hamilton. Superintendent of Sabbath School, Wm Livingston Organist and 
choirmaster, George J Dryden, jun. Officer, James Hunter, 24 Argyle st 

Ciiapelhill United Free Gaelic, High street — (hours of worship: English, 11 
a m, and 6"30 p m ; Gaelic (every Sunday) at 12 30 p m) Rev Charles Mathie- 
son, m a. Session Clerk, Alex M'Nab. Clerk to Deacons' Court, Robert 
M'Farlarie. Superintendent of Sabbath School, Alex M'Nab. Choirmaster, 
Daniel Lamont, jun. Church Officer, A Brown, 10 Mill st 

Bridgend United Free, Bridgend street (hours of worship, 11am and 6 - 30 p m 
Rev James Esselmont. Session-Clerk, Alex IVFNab. Preses, A 51 M^Kinlay. 
Clerk, George Higgie. Treasurer, Wm 5'Ieldrum. Seat-letter, Alex 5Iacrone 
Superintendent of Sahbath School, Alex 5I*iS[ab, Organist, Harry Wilson, jun. 
Church Officer, James Phikerton, Church buildings 

Craigmore United, Crichton road (hours of worship, 11 am and 6.30 pm 
Rev A Clephane 5Iacanna, m a. Session-Clerk, Robert Clunie. Preses, Arch 
Ewing. Clerk, Alex Ross Thomson. Treasurer, Robert Clunie. Organist, A R 
Thomson. Church Officer. Geo Massey, Glendermot cottage 

Free, Ciiapelhill, (hours of worship, 11 am and 6 30 p in.) — Rev J D Ramsay 
Session-Clerk, Congregational Clerk and Treasurer, 

Church officer, A Weir, 14 Argyle pi 

Baptist, Ardbeg road (hours of worship, 11 am and 6 30 pm) — Rev James Cooper 
Rendall, ma. Superintendent of Sabbath School, George 5Jaitland. Harmonium- 
ist, sirs Read. Church Officer, A 5PFarlane, Colbeck pi 

Prayer meetings in connection with most of the Presbyterian and Baptist Churches 
on Wednesday evenings 



John Lamont, 

Family ISread, Biscuit 

and J»astry ISaker, 

23 Gallowgate, Rothesay. 

Goods Delivered to Port-Bannatyne Daily. 


Timber Merchants 

and Sawmillers, 


Goal Department, 


Telegrams, " Halliday, Rothesay." 
Telephones, Sawmills. No. 9. Coal Dept., No. 15. 

Hugh Lauder, 

Watchmaker, Jeweller and Optician, 

8 Albert Place, {Opposite the Harbour). 

Souvenirs of Bute. Scotch Pebble Jewellery. 

Engagement Rings. Wedding Presents. 
Spectacles and Eye Glasses. 
Jewellery Repaired. 

OFFICIAL"— Rothesay. 

St Paul's Episcopal, Victoria street. — Established 1888: Cliurcli built in 1854 

and consecrated in 1862. — Hours of service, Sundays, 8.80, 11 am and 6.30 pin. 

H C (Tuesdays. Thursdays and Holy days) at 8 am, and according to notice. 

Evensong daily at 6, except when notified. Rector, Rev Edmund Greaves, ma. 

Organist, Miss Findhiy. Secretary and Treasurer, Miss Bowers. Verger, A 

Campbell, 11 Columshi'll st 
St Andrew's Soman Catholic, Golumshill street (hours of worship, 8 [during 

July and August], 9 and 11 am and 7 pin) — Rt Rev Hugh Cameron. Assistant, 

Kev John M'Queen. Organist, Miss Alice McCarthy. Mass on Holy days at 8 

and 9 am ; on week days at 8 am 
There is a Chapel at Mountstuart served from Rothesay. Mass on Sundays and 

Holy days at 10 am 
Ladeside Mission, in connection with the West United Free. Convener, .lames 

Brown. Sabbath School at 5 p m. Superintendent, Thomas M'Dougall 

Savings Bank every Friday evening at 7. 

Gospel Teinperame "Association, Saturdays at 8 p m 
Evangelistic Services < n Sabbath evenings at 6 30, 
The Faith Mission, instituted in 1886 for evangelization in small towns and 

country districts. Head-quarters and publishing-office, Edinburgh. Founder, J G 
Govan ; lion, acting director, H E Govan 
The Faith Mission Prayer Union Local Branch, established 1889, for Christian 

fellowship and evangelistic effort, meets in the Good Templar Hall, Tower st 
Salvation Army Citadel, Albert Hall, High st 
Christian Brethren meet in the Gospel Hall, Bridgend st, on the Lord's Day 

at 11 and 6 30 p m Also, at the Meeting House, 14 Bridge st 

Advertising and Town Purposes Asssociation. — The following are the members 
Association for Advertising the Town for 1923, viz. — provost E R Macmillan 
v convener), ex provosts James M'Mllian and James Fisher; Bailies Smith and 
Maclachlan, Treasurer Hicks, councillors D Brown and Meldrum: and Messrs T 
M Clay, J S Dougall, John Gillies, Charles Sweet, Neilson Fyfe, A B Terris 
and Douald Sutherlaud 
Secretary and Treasurer, George M'Lintock, 5 High st 

HOSPITALS — Robertson Stewart, Townhead— Medical Officer, pr Hail. Visiting 
hours, 1 till 3 daily Matron, Annie M x Ivenzie, Caretaker, Joseph M'Aulay. 

Victoria, High street — Established and maintained for medical and surgical 
treatment of persons suffering from injuries or non-infectious diseases. — Hon. 
President, The Marquis of Bute. Chairman of Committee of Management, 
Sheriff Martin. Hon Secretary Treasurer, Thomas Maclagan. Matron, Nurse 
Mary M'Callum. During 1921. there were 146 admissions and 354 outpatients, 
attended to. The total income for year was £2105; and the expenditure, £1919 
19s lOd 

The visiting days are : Tuesdays and Thursdays from seven till eight o'clock, and 
Wednesdays and Sundays from three till four o'clock 

Glasgow Western Infirmary — Local Treasurer, J R Campbell, Clydesdale Bank 

PHYSICIANS. -George Berwick, m n. Ardbeg. Thomas C Christie, M b, ch b, 8 
Argyle place. James S Hall, m b, ch b, Battery place. James B Lavvson, M n, 
Battery place. John N Marshall, m t>, Battery place. David J Penney, m b, 
o m, Battery place 
Veterinary Surgeon, Win Moodie, m R c v s, Watergate 





Ladies' and Gent/s Tailor, 

Opposite General Post Office. 

Walter Mathers, 

Cabinetmaker and Upholsterer, 

3 Gallowg-ate and 3 Bpidg-e street. 

House, 2 Bridge Street. 

Carpets Cleaned and Repaired. All Kinds of Suites re-Covered. 
General Jobbing a Speciality, 

Telephone No.— CI, Rothesay. 


(Successor to Peter Leith), 

Dispensing and 

Photographic Chemist, 

43 Victoria Street, 

and Popt-Bannatyne. 

Alex. Campbell, 

Accountant, House Factor, Insurance Agent, 

Auctioneer and Valuator, 

29 Watergate. 

Auction Sales Conducted in Town and Country. Furniture stored. 

trance Claims Adjusted on I 

md Moveable — on Reasonab 

Furniture Bought and Sold. 

Valuations Effected and Insurance Claims Adjusted on Every Description of Property 
— Heritable and Moveable — on Reasonable Terms. 


OFFICIALS— Rothesay. 

Nubsinq Association — Hon President, Dowager Marchioness of Bute. Presi- 
dent, Marchioness of Bute. Vice-Presidents, Lady Reid, Ardencraig, and Miss 
Helen K Wilson, Chapelhill. Hon Secretary, Mrs J N Marshall. Hon Treasurer, 
Miss Weir. Rullecheddan Nurses, Misses Mail', MTean and M'Conechy. The re- 
port for the 15 months ending 31st March, 1923, showed that 491 general and 
maternity cases had been nursed, assistance given at 10 operations aud 243 visits 
paid under the child welfare scheme. The income amounted to £717 7s 9d and 
and the expenditure to £589 14s lOd. 

Casual Sick. House, Bishop street. Visiting hours — Sundays, Mondays, Wed- 
nesdays and Saturdays. 3 till 4 pm; Mondays and Thursdays. 7 till 8. Miss 
E Hamilton, matron. Hon interim treasurer, Miss Weir, Rulliecheddan 

WRITERS. — David Arnot, 35 High st. Wm Grant, Castle st. J Scrimgeour 
Hepburn, Eagleshain, Mountpleasant rd. Macbeth & Maclagan, Castle st James 
Rose, llb, ws, Castle st Robert D Whyte, Castle st. Wilson & Alexander, Nr, 
Castle st. 

BANKS — Bank of Scotland, Guildford square: J L Masterton, agent 
Burn Savings, Castle street: John M 'Galium, actuary 
Clydksdale, Guildford square: John R Campbell, agent 
Royal, Victoria street: Andrew Thorburn, agent 

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. — Rothesay Academy and Thomson Institute. 

Rector, Alexander G Burgess, ma, feis. 
Higher Grade School — Annie M Douglas; Dora C Cuthbertson, ma (hons) ; WV 

Forrest m a; (hons); T N Macllvarey m a (hons); (science), George Bruce; 

E S Matthew, m a (hons) ; Julia M Edgar, M a ; George T Scott , A k c a ; J 

W Chapman, ma (hons); Mary S E Will, ma; Mary Gordon, ma and A R MThail 
Primary School: Infant Division — Annie M Douglas and Annie D B M 'Crone, 

Mrs Green, Misses Duff and Anderson 

Junior Division — Eliz M Montgomerie 

Senior Division--John R Cattanach, m a 
Music — Arthur S Christie. Cookery and Sewing — Grace Isobel Menzies. Singing, 

Jas M ""Arthur, Ac. Gymnastics — Elsie Squair. Janitor, Norman Lamont. 
Public Infant and Elementary School — Headmaster, Ths W Doggart, Wm 

Living.-ton, Wma S Tulloch, Kate M Whyte, Mrs Campbell and Misses Wright, 

MTarlane, Mackinnon, May, Smith, Stewart, Davidson, Funnell, Calder and 

Supplmentary — Headmaster, Harry J G Ross, ma, John M'Donald, Misses Lyle, 

J N Guthrie, Anderson and Cadger Woodwork and Drawing, J L Strachan 
Cookery and Domestic Science, Grace I Menzies 

Pianoforte, George Dryden. Singing, James M'Arthur 

Jantors, John Allan and Geo Brown Attendance officer, J Duncan 
St Andrew's R C School — Misses , M'Giness, Courtney, Gough, Rooney 

and Morris. Singing, James M r Arthur 

Norman Stewart Institute, Montague street, erected by former townsmen (who re- 
membered their native place while prospering abroad) at a cost of about £10,000, 
for the benefit of working men and women. Chairman of Directors, Provost 
E R Macmillan. Committee of Management - Sherifl Martin (chairman), Pro- 
vost Macmillan, Revs Joseph Traill, J D Ramsay, Messrs M R Gray Buchanan, 
Jas Smith and Geo Hicks. Librarian, Bessie C Millar. 
Secretary and Treasurer, Wm Grant. Janitor, James Brooks 

Rothesay Horticultural Society. _ President, Provost M'Millan. Secretary and 
Treasurer, George C M'Kinnon, 17 Bishop st 
D 49 



Established over 50 Years. 



71 Montague street. 

Extra Large Stock of Eeady-Mades. 

Head-Quarters of All Kinds of Coast Shoes. 

Arthur gwanston & S on > 

Family Grocers, - - - - - 
- - - Wine & Spirit Merchants, 



Next General Post Office 

Established 1SU5. 

Margaret M'L. Higgle, 

(Mrs E,. Nicholson, Successor to Miss M'Lea), 

Oressmakcr, and Cos tinnier, 

20 Bridge street. 

Trimmings, Linings and Furnishings Kept in Stock. 

'phone, Glasgow, Central, 2428. 


(Successor to the late James Henky), 

Glasgow and Kothesay Carrier, 


Head- \ ^ Mitch kll Si'Efet, | 

' --' > fi2 a hgyle street, | io3 Montague street, 

Quarters ) 31 Hctcheso.v street & A „ 

( 65 Osborne Street. | one stair up. 

Prompt Delivery and Despatch of all Goods under Personal Supervision. 

OFFICIALS — Toint Stock Companies, Publications, Fire Brigade. 

Joint Stock Companies Tramway Co (Limited) — Chairman, P N Gray. 

Secretary, J S R >\ve. General manager, Archibald Robertson. Assistant mana- 
ger and engineer, Frank R Stinson 
Carriage Hiring and 'Bus Co — M'Kirdy & McMillan, Ltd — Chairman, 
Arcli Robertson. Secretary, W C King. Manager, James M'Millan 

Craigmork Pier Co — Chairman, Matthew Duncan. Secretary, James Mae- 
kinnon Pier'master, captain Peter M'Kellar 

Clyde Entertainments Coy, Ltd, 1923. — Secretary, James Carswell, Rothesay 
Manager, John Mandei's 

Georgi-; Hali,iday, Limited — Chairman and Managing Director, George Halliday,. 
Seoretarv, Malcolm Halliday. Solicitors, Russell & Duncan 

Glenburn Hydropathic Co Ltd — Visiting Physician, Dr Marshall. Secretary, 
J. Campbell Dewar, C a, 18 Alva street, Edinburgh 

J & A Martin, Limited. Carriage Hirers. — Chairman, Duncan Brown. Secre- 
tary, Miss Kennedy. Manager, Alex Martin 

Theatre de Luxe— Fred L Burnette, proprietor. 

The Buteman, Limited — Chairman, Sir John Ueid, Ardencraig. Secretary and 

Manager, Charles M Stevenson, Buteman office 
The Palace Cinema Ltd. — Manager, Jas S Gillespie. Secretary, G M'Lintock 

PUBLICATIONS _ The Buteman and West Coast Chronicle (Unionist), ljd weekly, 

published every Friday evening by Buteman, Ltd., Castle street — Chas M Steven- 
son, manager 
Rothesay Express, Id weekly, published every Tuesday evening by M Mackenzie, 

Montague street 
Bute County Directory, 3s, published annually in July by Higgie & Co, Bridge 

Bonnie Scotland's Resorts, 4d, 6d and Is, published by Higgie & Co, Bridge st 
The Coast Guide, Memorandum Book and Register, 2d, published by Higgie & 

Co, Bridge street 
Belega Skotlando, an adaptation of the above into Esperanto (the first guidebook 

printed in the International Language). Id. Higgie & Co. 
Boni Skotland, in Pitman's Phonetic Longhand, adopted from the foregoing, and 

published in commemoration of Sir Isaac Pitman's Centenary. 2d. Higgie & Co. 
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with Descriptions in English and Es| eranto. Is. Higgie & Oo. 
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articles written, in Esperanto (the international language) by persons in all the 

civilised countries of the world. Id. Higgie & Co. 
Official Guide, Published by the Advertising Committee. Price, 6d. Supplied 

free to non-residents on receipt of three penny stamps for postage, from George 

M'M'Lintock, architect, Rothesay 
Guide to Rothesay and the Island of Bute, 2d annually, Buteman Ltd 

Fire Brigade. — Firemaster, Alex Stephen, Master of Works : firemen, John Connor, 
87 High st; R Hislop, 7 Union st; A M'Fie, C« Montague st ; D M'Fie, 177 
High st : John Paterson, 31 Columshill st: J Gillies, 28 Montague st ; Dan 
Hyudman, 17 Bishop st ; Rankin Harper, 3 King st ; and J Gillies, 22 Ladeside, 



Phone, No. 101Y1. 




31 Bridge Street. 


Bookseller, Stationer, and 

Fancy G-oocBs Merchant, 

49 Montague Street. 

Souvenirs of Rothesay a Speciality. 
Phone, 28. 


(A. Munro, Licensed), 

Wholesale arid Family Wine IYIepefyarjt, 

arid Dealer irj Old Seoteft WrjisXies, 

2-6 Tower Street. 

This is the only Business in Rothesay which is exclusively that of Family Wine 
Merchants and Spirit Dealers, Wholesale and Retail. 

Established 1878. Telephone No, 110. 




81 Montague Street, 

Where you will set a Choice Variety of Fresh Goods at City Prices. 
The Famed Warehouse for Genuine Value, First-Class Quality and Keenest Prices. 
A Trial Order Solicited. Orders Called for and Delivered Daily. 

OFFICIATE — Rothesay Company anJ Society Office Bearers. 

Friendly & Benefit Societies — Free and Accepted Masons. — Prov. G. Lodge of 
Argyll and the Isles— P G M, Fred Walter Fell Clark, Glen Caladh. P G M D, 
Colonel J D Maciachlan, cmg, dso. SPG M. very Rev Charles Presley Smith, 
]>ean of Argyll and the Isles, Oban. Chaplains, Rev J M Dickie, bo, Rothesay ; 
and Rev Henry Guy Sclater. P G Secretary, W Dunlop Brown, County Build- 
ings, Rothesay ; assistant, Archd M'Nicol, Hafton place, Dunoon. Treasurer, 
Thomas M Clay, Rothesay 
Lodge "Rothesay St John," No. 292, Established 1821 — Meets in Masonic Temple, 
Chapelhill road, on 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month from Sep:ember till April 
— RWM, James M*Arravy. Secretary, John Holmes, Montague st, Treasurer, 
Thos M Clay. Tyler, Edw Green 

" St Blank's" Royal Arch Chapter, No. 163 — Meets in Masonic Temple, Chapelhill 
road, on second Monday of each month from September till March.--lst Principal, Z 
David Donaldson. 2nd Principal, H, James M'Arravy. 3rd Principal J, J C 
Blackwood. Scribe E, Harry Graham, 33 High st Scribe N, Frank Dewar 
Treasurer, Arch Campbell. Janitor, Edw Green 

Cryptic Council. — T I M, Dvd Donaldson D M, John Maclachlan, PC, W Jms 
JPArravy. Recorder. Reginald Bryan Treasurer, David Rodger 

Order of Eastern Star. — "Duchess of Rothesay" Chapter No. 15. — Instituted 

November, 1905.- — Meets in the Masonic Temple, on the fourth Monday of each 

• month from September till April. Matron, Mrs Sara M'Nicol. Patron, John 

Maclachlan. Secretary, Miss Annie Yates, Ardbeg rd Treasurer, Mrs Margt 

Cunningham Sentinel, Edw Green 

Ancient Order of Foresters— Greenock, Bute, and Argyll District -Meets 
half-yearly for business on last Fridays in April and October. Secretary, Wm 
Graham, Library buildings, Greenock 

Court "Bute" No 5630 — Meets in the Foresters' Hall every alternate Wednesday, — 
C R, Dugald Gillies. Treasurer, Thomas Napier. Secretary, Geo M f Clintock. 
Medical Officer, Dr Penney The balance at the credit of the sick and funeral 
and smaller funds is over £2200 

Loyal Order of Ancient Shepherds (Ashton Unity) — " Lord Bute " Lodge 
No 2091 — Meets every alternate Wednesday in the Lesser Good Templar Hall — ■ 
Secretary, John Paterson, 31 Columshill st. Treasurer, G Q Oliphant, 

Sons of Temperance — "Rothesay's Effort" Division, No 467 — Amalga- 
mated with Grand Lodge, Glasgow 

Independent Ordeh of Good Templars — District Lodge of Bute and Cowal 

No 13 — D C T, John Jones, Rothesay. D S, Hugh Peacock, Kirn. D T, Alx 

M'Nab, Rothesay 
41 George Stephenson" Lodge, No 122 — Meets in Good Templar Hall, Towe 

street, on Tuesdays at 8 pm — Chief Templar, D Dewar jun. L D, A M'Nab, 

Secretary, Mrs Sinclair, Treasurer, A M'Nab sen 
Rothesay's Freedom" Lodge, No 228 — Meets in the Good Templar Hall, 

Tower street, on Thursdays at 8 pm — Chief Templar, H R M'Nab. Secretary, 

John Hunter 
■" Hope of Bute" Juvenile Lodge, No 252 — Meets in the Good Templar Hall, 

Towor street, on Saturdays at 6 p m — Superintendent, Mrs Sinclair 



High Grade Ladies' 

and Gent's. Tailor. - _- g\ 

ld Sutherland 

(Successor Men , s Wear 



l[anaij Saabs ana dijitta ftqqtjffani, 
3 West Prinees Street. 

House — 17 Argyle Terrace. 'Phone, No. 192. 

Slaters and Plumbers, 


No Table should be without our Dainty Tea Bread and Cakes. 

Baker and Confectioner, 


Wedding Cakes Made to Order on the Shortest Notice 

Marriage, Christening and Birthday Cakes Tastefully Ornamented, 

OFFICIALS— Rothesay Society Office-Bearers. 

Independent Order of Rechabites — ■ " Hope of Bute" Tent, No 2325 — 
Meets in St Paul's hall, Dean Hood place on alternate Mondays of each month. 
Chief Ruler, . Secretary, Robt Ferrier, 8 Wyndham park, Ardbeg, 

Treasurer, James Hyndman 
Juvenile Tent, '' Duke of Rothesay," No 1273. — Superintendent, 

Rothesay Charity Organisation Society and Civic Guild — Instituted 1009, 
to ameliorate the condition of the poor, repress mendacity, and expose impos- 
ture. — President, Provost Macmillan, lion Secretary, Rev J M Dickie, New Parish 
manse. Hon Treasurer, Andrew Thorburn, Royal bank. 

Women's Freedom League, meets in the Stewart Institute on the last Wednesday of 
each month — President, Miss Mry Park. Secretary, Miss Gilmour, 5 Victoria st 

British Women's Temperance Association. — President, Secretary 

Mrs Ma'.tland. Treasurer, Mrs Andrews 

TRADE Societies— Building Tradks' Federation— Convener, James M'Bride, 
Secretary, Wm M'Intosh 

Amalgamated Carpenters' and Joiners' Society — President, Alex M^Gaw 
Secretary, Alex M'Neill. Treasurer, Wm M f Fie 

Boarding House Keepers' Association.— Chairman, ex-provost M'Millan. Sec- 
retary, Geo M'Lintoek 

Carters' and Motorvikns' Society— Secretary, Councillor Lang, Glasgow 

Co-Operative Society ■- Chairman, Sir William Maxwell. Secretary aid Man- 
ager, John Brand 

Independent Labour Party— President, WL Mann. Secretary, Dane DeiViir, jr. 
Treasurer, Mrs Mann 

Master Bakers' Society — President, Charles Muir. Secretary, A Brown 

Merchants' Association — President, John Gillies. Secretary and Treasurer, 
Wm Meldrum 

Newsagents' Association. — President, Thos M Clay. Secretary, Andrew Buch- 
anan. Treasurer, 

Operatic Society— President, John Cattenach. Secretary and Treasurer, Ken- 
neth MTvay Conductor, Arthur S Christie 

Operative Painters' Society — President, Charles Marsh: Secretary, Angus Derby, 
18 Columshill st 

Property Owners' Association — Chairman, John M Lamont. Secretary, Duncan 
Dewar, Castle st 

Scottish Typographical Association — Rothesay Branch — President, Wm 

M^Kay. Secretary and Treasurer, James Whitelaw 

Mutual Improvement. — New Rothesay Literary Association, established 1906— 
Meets in the Masonic Temple on Thursday evenings from October till March. 
Hon President, Rev Jhn M Dickie, isd. President, Robert Houston, Secretary, 
Miss M Sprowl. Treasurer, Miss Grace Watson 

Young Men's and Women's Literary Society, meets in West U Free Church Hall- 
Hon President, Rev W G Taylor. President, K M'Kay. Secretary, Arch Morri- 
son. Treasurer, Leila Campbell 



27 Victoria street, Rothesay. 

Breakfasts. Dinners. Teas. 


Fruiterer and Confectioner, 

Orders punctually attended to. 79 Montague st 


Family Grocer and Tea Merchant, 

6 Montague street 

Orders called for Every Morning and Promptly attended to. 


Chemist and Druggist, 

64 Montague street 

Photographic Materials. Dark Room. Telephone 102V1. 


Joiner, Glazier, Cabinetmaker & Funeral Undertaker, 

House, 11 Bridge st. 22 Bridge st 

All Orders will have the same Prompt and Careful Attention as formerly. 


M o n u mental Wo r h s, 

Monuments in Granite, Marble and Freestone. Cemetery Gate 

Designs and Prices on Application. Jobbings Promptly Executed. 


SuC D S F, 1 H t ARKNEss, Grocers and Provision Merchants, 

Cooked Meats of all Kinds from the Best Makers always on hand. 54 Montague st 

Danish Butter. Belfast Hams. Ayrshire Bacon. Boiled Beef Ham. Boiled Bacon. 
Country Fresh Butter. Bute Eggs. Irish Eggs, Dunlop Cheese, Cheddar Cheese. 


Mountstuart Road, below Glenburn Hydro. 
Sailing- Yachts, Motor ami Rowing Boats. 
Rowing Roats from Is per hour. Special Terms for Patties per Hour, Day or Week. 

Motor Trips Around the J3ay and to Adjacent Coasts 

Rothesay — Rothesay Society Office- Bearers. 

Young Men's Christian Association and Fellowship Union — Meets in Tower st 
hall, every Sabbath morning at 10 o'clock. President, .Fas Duncan, Secretary and 
Treasurer, Win Livingston 

Young VVomeiis' Christian Association — Institute, Battery place —Senior Branch 
meets on first Thursdays of every month in Summer; and Senior and Junior 
[{ranches on Thursdays and Fridays in Winter. President, Mrs Trail. Secre- 
tary, Mrs Hubert Fisher. Matron, Mrs Frame 

Boys' and Girls' Religious Society — Meets in Tower Street Hall, every Sabbath 
at 1 1 a in. Supported by voluntary contributions—President, Jn Watson. Secre- 
tary, Helen Stewart. Treasurer, 

Comrades of the Great War — Rotiiksay Branch Ltd.— Club Rooms, 17 
Montague st -- President, Major George Hicks, M c, t d, Secretary, Jas R 

Boys' Brigade — 1st Rothesay Company meets in the Drill Hall, on Friday even- 
ings for drill only. Captain, Alex G Dobbie. Sunday Bible class at 3 30 

Boys' Scouts — Local Committee -Chairman, Major M'Kinlay. Secretary, Major 
Peacock No. 1 Troup, head quarters, New Drill hall, Broadcroft lane — Scout- 
master, Rev Chs. Mathieson Treasurer, Duncan Brown Secretary, Rbt M'Nab 

Girl Guides — President, Lady Margaret MacRae. See County List, page J2. 

SPORTS and Pastimes — Gulf Courses : Municipal, East Burgh Lands, opened 
May, 1908, Green-keeper, Duncan Barr 
Golf Club — Captain, J R Cattanagh. Secretary and Treasurer, Chs M'Lellan 
Bowling Clubs.--liothesay — Green, Billochgoy. Chairman of Directors, ex-i?aili e 
Buchanan. President, John Lamont sen. Secretary and Treasurer, And Clark- 
Green-keeper, Robt M'Kellar 
Ardbeg and Port-Bannatyne — Green, Wyndham park — -Chairman of Directors) 
James Howitt ; President, captain, John M^Fie ; Secretary, Alx Hunter; Green- 
keeper, D Carmichael 

Curling Club — President, capt Geo Miller. Secretary, W Dunlop Brown Treas 

Geo M'Lintock 
Lawn Tennis — Corporation Courts, the Meadows — Overseer, John Haig 

Ardbeg Courts — Secretary, Geo Paterson, 19 Argyle pi. Treasurer, Donald Dewar, 

Craigmore Courts-- Caretaker, Captain MTCellar, Pier 

Bute Junior Foolball Association — President, G G Hill Secretary, Harry 

MTachlan, Coluinshill pi 
Football Clubs. — Athletic. Comrades. Royal Victoria St Blane's. &c 
There are several trophies and prizes competed for annually among the members of 

the various clubs. The principal of these are the following: — - 
Prize. Presented by — 

,, ex-provost James M'Millan 

Bowling — Buteshire County Cup, Mr Malcolm Weir, Rulliecheddan 

,, Botliesay Club Champion Cup 

., Ardbeg Championship Cup, 

„ Freemasonic Trophy Brother Fred Walter Fell Clark, P GM 

Football — Knockdhu Charity Cup, sir Norman Lamont, Knockdhu. 

,, Salvesen Shield, Lord Salvesen, kc 

,, Buteshire Juvenile Cup ex-Bailie John l.yle, Lome Hotel 

., Lawrie Rose Bow], councillor J M Lawrie, Rothesay. 

,, Buteshire Juniur Cup, 


Established 1880. Telephone, 172 

James M'lntyre, 

Shipping and Family Butcher, 

Only Home Fed Beef and Mutton Kept. 81 Montague Street 

Johll ThOrbUFn, Telephone No. 170 

Fishmonger, Ice Merchant & Licensed Dealer ™ Game, 

(A feu- doors West from Post Office). 18 West Princes street 

Poultry Supplied. 

MEIKLE & M'KELLAR, Telephone, No. 65 

Steamboat Agents, Carriers and Carting Contractors, 

Luggage and Furniture Removed. Office on Pier, Rothesay 


Carrier and Carting Contractor, 

Yard 4 John street. 29 Mill street 

Furniture and Luggage Removed. 


Jobbing Mason and Licensed Chimney Sweeper, 

Church House, Bridgend street 

Ranges Cleaned and Chimneys Thoroughly Swept. 


Painter and Paperhanger, 

House Address— 23 Mountpleasant road . 7 Bridgend street 

' Estimates Given. Orders Promptly Attended to. 

ROBERT M'CORD, Phone, No. 151. 

Builder and Contractor, 

House —Albert Mansions. 15 Mill Street 

Reinforced Concrete and Cement Work a speciality. 

Estimates Given for All Kinds of Work in the Building Trade. 

James Fisher, Seed, Grain and Potato Merchant, 

5 and 6 King st., and 5 and 7 W. Castle st 

Finest East Country Seed Oats. Bute and Ayrshire Ryegrass Seed. Seed Potatoes, 
Clover Seeds and Turnip Seeds of I lie Various Sorts in rlieir Season. Special Potato, Grain 
and Turnip Manures, my Own Manufacture and Ilisrliest Analyses. My Garden Manure 
cannot be surpassed for Vegetables and General Purposes. 'Phone No. 2. 


Fairs, Holidays, Communications and Postal Arrangements. 

Prize Donor. 

Golf— Sheriff Martin Trophy, Sheriff Martin, Rothesay 

Firth of Clyde Trcphy, 

rutting Green — Macmillan Cup, vrovost F R Macmillan Rothesay 

Shinty — "Ruteinan" Cup, The late Joseph D Wilson, Rothesay. 

,, Macrae Cup, - Lady Colin MacKae, Colintraive. 

,, Baltimore Cup, Lieut-colonel MacRae-Gilstrap, Ballimore 

,, Juvinile Cup, - Lady Margareet MacRva, Colintraive 

„ Duncan Trophy, Ninian Duncan, Little Kilmory 

Lawrie Cup, - J M Lavvrie, Rothesay 

,, Campbell Cup, - Arch Campbell, Rothesay. 

Fairs — Thursday before 28th May (hiring), third Wednesday and Thursday in July 
Brux Day (horse), Thursday before 28th November (hiring), and Thursday before 
Kilbarchan December Fair (horse). [The first Wednesday in May and last Wed- 
nesday in October used to be the dates of fairs, and are still published in some re- 
ference books, but they are obsolete] 

Holidays — New Year's Day, Victoria Day, Brux Day Fair (1 8th and 19th July) 
and Thursday, 14th Sept. First Wednesdays in November, December, February 
and March are merchants' holidays. From October till June, Wednesday after- 
noons are shopkeepers' holidays 

Fast Days — Thursdays before first Sabbath in May, and fourth Sabbath in October 

Communications — Steamers ply several times daily to the mainland via Wemyss Bav, 
Gourock. Greenock, and Graigendoran, in communicating with Glasgow and ;ill 
parts; also daily to the Kyles to Ardrishaig. In Summer, steamers ply regu- 
larly to Arran, Campbeltown and ^iveraray, and irregularly to all the surround- 
ing ports. Electric cars run to Port-Bannatyne and Ettrick Bay, and Bnses to 
Mountstuart and Kilchattan Bay several times a day. 

Pcstal Arrangements. — Post Office, Bishop street. Postmaster, W Roy 

Despatches at 7 80, 10 (west), and 10 am, 2 15, (4 30 on Sats) and 6 15 pm 
Deliveries — 8 and 10 30 am and 5 p m. 

Money Orders issued and paid from 8 a m till 7 pm. 

Savings Bank — Deposits received do. do. 

Postal Orders issued and paid do. do. 

Telephone Call Office open from 8 am till 7 pm On Sundays from. 9 till 10 am 

When Public Office is closed, calls may be made from Night Call Office (side door 

entrance in Bishop st.) 
Telegraph Office open on week days from 8am till 7 p m. Sundays, 9 till 10 a m. 
Ardbeg road (Telegraph, 8 a m till 7 pm). Despatches to suit Rothesay. Postal, 

Money Order, and Savings Bank business from 9 am till 7 pm No Sunday service. 
Craigmore Pier (T S O ) — Despatches to suit Rothesay arrangements. Telegraph, 

9 am till 7 p in Postal, Money Order, and Savings Bank business. No Sunday 

Sub-Post Offices at Columshill street and Gallowgate for the sale of stamps and sale 

and payment of postal orders 
Additional Letter Boxes at Argyle place, Balloehgoy, Columshill street, Cragie- 

lea, Crichton road, Fergusson place, Guildford square, High street, Mill street, 

Mountpleasant, Mountstuart road, Orcadia, the Pier. Serpentine road, Golf 

Course, and Rosemount, Barone road 


'Phone, 71, Rothesay. 

On Admiralty List. 





Vi •*.-•. ''' 




— <jy. 




Yacht, Mo top-Launch, 
and Boat-Builder, 

Joiner, Painter, 

& Chandler, 


High Class Work - - 

at Moderate Prices. 

Yachts and Launches hauled up for 
- - - - Wintering and Repairs 
or Moored Afloat in the Bay. 

First-Class Storage for Spars, Sails, 
Boats and Gear. 
Petrol and Lubricating Oils. 

Motors Installed and Repaired by Skilled Mechanics. 


Groeer and Confectioner, 

Wine and Spirit Merchant 


(Facing Top of Pier Lane). 

Finest Quality at Moderate Prices. 

Orders Called for and Promptly delivered. 

©^©§ fl-NT® A IB,® ©IP PS ©££& 

In Splendid Condition. 
Trial Order Solicited. 

Parish of North Bute. 

r J , 'HIS is the northern portion of the island of Bute. Port-Bannatyne, its principal 
-*• village, is two and a-half miles from Rothesay, with which it is connected by tram- 
way. Karnes Castle, in the vicinity, is said to be the oldest inhaabited castle in the 
country, and was the ancient seat of the Bannatynes. The village was named after 
that family — two brothers of whom (John and Gilbert) — received a charter from King 
Robert the Bruce, for services rendered at Banuockburn. 

At the 1921 census, (taken in June instead of April) the parish contained 120i 
males and 1529 females— total, 2730. 

For Number of voters on the roll, see County information. 

(For Courts and Court Officials, Justices of the Peace, and County 
Boards, see County Lists). 

Assessments for 1922-23 — Proprietors: Poor rate, 2d ll-16ths; registration, 2-16th; 
burial, 8-16ths; school rate, 8d 10~lGths; special parish, 3-16ths 

Tenants; Poor rate, 3d 7-16ths ; registration, 2-16ths; burial, 9-lGths ; school, 
9d 14-16ths; special, 3-16ths 

Registrar, Archd. Brown. ) In 1921 there were 24 births. 7 marriages and 27 death- 
Asst., Miss Jenny Brown. ) ,, 1922 „ 21 ,, 5 „ 16 „ 

CHURCHES. — North Bute Parish (hours of worship: Crockanrae, 1 30 pm; St 
Ninian's 11am and 6 30 p m) — Minister, Rev Peter Dewar, m a. Session Clerk, 
Jus P Malcom. Superintendent of Sabbath School, Chas S Speirs. Precentor, 
(Crock- an rae), George Welsh. Harmoniumist (St Ninian's), George Dryden, sen 
Church Officer, Win Jardine, Castle st 

North Bote United Free Church, Port-Bannatyne (hours of worship,ll a m, 
and 6 30 pm) — Minister, Rev Jas W Girvan. Session Clerk, Archd Brown. 
Clerk of Deacons' Court, John Black Treasurer, Peter Finlay. Central Fund, 
Treasurer, Miss Brown. Superintendent of Sabbath School, Eev Jas W Girvan. 
Organist, Sydney Darling, arco. Church Officer, ffm Stewart, Buckingham ter. 
Convener of Seat Letting, miss Currie Post office. 

PARISH Council — James P Malcom (chairman), John Alexander, John Currie, 
Wm Dallas, Ninian Duncan Colin M'Callum, and Hugh K Orr. Inspector 
and Collector, Archd Brown 

Sohools — Rort-Bannatyne Public. — Mistresses, Misses Hendry and Shearer 
Ballianlay, Miss Hogarth, mistress 
Kildavannan, Miss Blaikie, mistress 
For Educational Authority, see County Section. 


Assets Exceed 


Claims Padi, 

Over £16,000,000 

By Appointment , 

raL Ens r; 

Accident Fire and Life 

Assurance Corporation, Limited, 

General Buildings, Perth, Scotland. 
General Buildings, Aldwych, London. 

Established !SS5. 

ncomE Tax 


X Social and Domestic Thrift by allowing 
a Liberal Discount to all Life Policy-Holders 
off Income Tax Payments. 

Prospectuses of Special Scheme of LIFE 
ASSURANCE may be had on application to 
either of the Chief Offices or any Branch Office 
of the Corporation. 

F. Norie-Miller, J. P., 

Director and General Manager. 

OFFICIALS -North Bute. 

Public Companies, Societies, etc. — Kamesburgh Gas Light Company — Chairman, 
David Bainl. Secretary, John M Lamont. Collector James Wilson 

Kyles of Bute Hydropathic Establishment— Chairman, A R Brown, i?, 
Secretaries, D Hill Jack & Son, 141 West George st, Glasgow. Manageress, 
Miss Valentine 

Port-Bannatyne Pier Coy, Ltd.; Office, Rothesay Pier. Chairman, 

. Secretary, Arch Meikle. Piermaster, Gilbert M'Kellkr. 
North Bute Golf Club — Convener, Wm Dallas. Secretary, John Currie. Treasurer 

Arch Brown 
North Bute Shinty Club — President, Thomas Lochhead 
I.O.G.T. — Lodge " North Bute" No 649 — In abeyance 
North Bute Literary Society — In abeyance 
North Bute Liberal Club, West End House — President, A Hogarth. Secretary, 

and Treasurer, D McMillan, j ,- n 
North Bute Unionist Association — President, James Wilson. Treasurer, Jms 

Wilson Secretary, Lachlan Cook 
War Savings' Association — Chairman, John M Lamont. Secretary and Treas., 

L Cook, Iona pi 
1st Port-Bannatyne Camp Boys' Brigade, meets in the United Eree Church 

hall on Fridays. 
Govan Combination Convalescent Home, Stewartball — Nurse Thomson, matron 

Fast Days — Thursdays before first Sabbath in May, and fourth in October 

Postal Arrangements — Sub-Postmistress, Miss J. Currie, Port-Bannatyne 

— ^Despatches to all parts, via Rothesay, at 5 30, 9 15 am, 12 55, 3 25, 5 30 

and 6 15 p m. (Summer onl} 7 ). 
Deliveries from all parts via Rothesay, about 10 15 a m, and 2 and 5 30 p m 

Telegrams received and despatched from 9 am till 7 pin. 

Postal, Money Order and Savings Bank. No attendance on Sundays 


57 Marine Road, Port-Bannatyne. 

All Our Goods Sold at Keenest City Prices. 
A Visit will be esteemed. 





TION are conducted daring the two' Winter Quarters — 
October till December and January till March. 


SllOPthand. continues to be taught with a view to 'its subsequent useful- 
ness in Business and Professionally. 

In Typewriting" special attention is devoted to Punctuation and Capital- 
sation — a thorough knowledge of which is absolutely necessary in Practical Printing, 
and cannot longer be neglected by those aspiring to be First-Class Typists. 

Esperanto. — -This wonderful International Language is already used for 
Business and Pleasure in all parts of the world. Mr Higgie, being an official of the 
Universal Esperanto Association's in touch with important regions all over the world 
and regularly corresponds with persons everywhere — notwithstanding their different 
national languages. 

This auxiliary language anticipates the happy time when there will be " Peace 
en earth and good will to; men," which is coining yet in spite of the present times of 
"great tribulation "—caused by covetousness, selfishness, greed, and wanton hindrance 
to peaceful re-constrnction. The efficacy of the International language in tracing miss- 
ing friends and making new ones was repeaetedly evidenced during the past troubles, 

Anticipating the boom in International Trading after the World War, experi- 
ments by means of inter-correspondence in Esperanto are being made by business firms 
throughout the world with eminently satisfactory results. It is not the tyrants but the 
"meek who shall inherit the earth" The blatant, self-righteous and arrogant despots 
were beaten, but Righteousness is yet to be exalted, and frightf.uliress loathed. The 
longed-for league of nations is evolving, when harmony and good-will shall yet reign 
in spite of all present discord and ooposition — but not without many sacrities, much 
service and suffering. Prosperity will not come through desiring something for no- 
thing, but through universal patient industry for the public good. 

BOOlC-Keeping 1 . — Instruction given in Book-Keeping and other Up-to- 
Date Business Methods. Advertisement Writing is a Present Day Enviable Pro- 
fession, and the ground-work and minutsea have long been familiar to Mr Higgie, a 
practical Printer. 

are known, read and appreciated throughout the whole civilised world. Many of the 
contributions are written by up-to-date foreigners. 

22 Bridge Street, Rothesay, 

Parish of Kingarth. 

THIS parish is rich in ecclesiastical history. The Irish Bishop, St Caftan, landed 
here in the year 439. He was uncle nf the famous St Blane. The parish includes 
the popular village of Kilchaltau Bay, wliii-li is about seven miles from Rothesay, and 
Ires regular connection liv steamer and 'bus The population in 1891 was 1062; in 
1901, 1056; in 19l'l. 967 ; and in 1921, 644 males; 83G females; total, 14S0 

(For Courts and Court Officials, Jttstices of the Peace, and County Boards, 
see County Lists). 

Assessments for 11)19-20 — Poor rate, education, and registration, Is per £1 on owi:er 
and Is l^d on tenant. 

Registrar, W T Esplin, (During 1921 there were 13 births, 7 marriages and 14 deaths 
Schoolhouse. ^ 1922 ,, -13 ,, 5 ,, 13 ,, 

CHURCHES — Parish (Hour of Worship, 12 o'clock norm)— Minister, Rev John 
Saunders in a, b i> fission-Clerk and Superintendent of Sabbath Schools, Rev 
■ John Saunders. Precentor, James Logan. Church Officer, W Stewart 

United Free, Ascog (Hours of Worship, 11 15 am and 6 30 pin) Minister — 
and Superintendent of Sabbath Schools, Rev William Winter. Organist, James 
Winter. Church Officer, A S Dobbie, Rothesay 

United Free, Kilchattan Bay (Hours of Worship, 12 noon and 6 30 p m.) Mini- 
ster, Rev J Townsley. Session-Clerk, Thos Gilmour. Organist, Miss J Morri- 
son Church Officer, Adam Dean 

PARISH COUNCIL — Mountstuart District - -George K Baillie, Robert M'Alister 
and Alex Lyon. Kilchattan Bay District — Win B Crawford, farmer; Thomas 
M'Clure ; Thos Gilmour ; and Wm Crawford, hotelkeeper (chairman) ; Repre- 
sentative to County Council, Ths Gilmour. Inspector and Collector, W T Esplin 

SCHOOLS — Kingarth Public — W T Esplin, master Miss mistress 

For Educational Authority, see County Section. 

Kilchattan Bay Pier Company (Limited) — Chairman, George Baillie. Seoretar- 
and Treasurer, W T Esplin. Piermaster, Duncan Bell, sen 

Total Abstinence Society meets on Fridays at 8 p.m. in the U F Church Hall. 

Coates Free Library, Public School, Kingarth — Secretary, 
Librarian, Wm T Esplin 

Tib Lie Library, Kerrycroy — 

'Agnes Patrick" and " Stevenson" Home, Ascog, in connection with Glasgow's 
Poor Children's Fresh-Air Fortnight Scheme — Matrons, Misses Maealpine and 
Carson. Hon. Secretary, T Thornton Mackeith, S2 Mitchell street, Glasgow 

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( The following is printed in the spelling of Pitman's Phonetic 
Shorthand by means of the extended Roman Alphabet.) 

Marg, 1923. 

DA.TA from &>1 parts ov 3e world haz jvst b^n 
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fie k£ lanwej iz nou toot in primari and sekondari skulz 
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OFFICIALS- Kingarth. 

Bute Golf Cluh, the oldest course in the island, beautifully situated along Quochag 
shore — Captain, James Lucas, m a. Secretary and Treasurer, Win T Esplic, 
Schoolhouse. Visitors admitted 

St Blane's Bowling Club — Secretary and Treasurer, John Bell 

Kilchattan Bay Sale Fair — Second Thursday after Rothesay Cattle Show (in abey- 
Fast Days — Thursdays before first Sabbath in May and fourth in October 
Postal Arrangements — Kingarth, Sub-Postmaster, K MT'ie, joiner. 

Sale of stamps and postal orders 
Kilchattan Bay, Sub -Postmistress, Mrs Morrison. Box closes. 8'2o am. and 2 45 p:n 
Despatches to all parts via Rothesay, about 8 30 a in and •'! p in. 
Delivery from all parts via Rothesay, about 11 30 am. 
Telegrams from 9 a in till 7 p m. Sunday, 9 a m till 10 a m. 
Telephone, local and trunk 

Postal, Money Order and Savings Bank Business, and Express Delivery 
Wednesday half-holiday 

Ascog— Sub-Postmistress, Mrs Mitchell — Deliveries and despatches to suit Rothesay 
arrangements. Telegrams from 9 am till 7 p in. Postal and Money Order and 
Savings Bank business No Sunday attendance (Closed at 1 p m on Thursdays 
October till May) 



Editor, John Douglas, F. S.A.Scot. 
6 St Mary's Grove, Barnes Common, London, S.W., 13, 4th December, 1921 
Messrs Higgie & Co., Printers and Publishers, Rothesay. 

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which have been much admired. I showed them to several Scots on St Andrew's 
Day, and in each case the verdict has been the same. The leaves were considered 
a marvel. 

It may interest you to see my Year- Book, a copy of which I enclose. Please 
cept with my best wishes. Believe me, yours faithfully, JOHN' "nflTTPT A\ 

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The Isle of Arran. 

THIS island, the largest in the group, is famous for the grandeur of its scenery and 
the variety of its geological deposits. The island is twenty miles in length 
twelve in breadth, and is divided into two parishes — Kilbride on the east, and Kilmory 
on the west. The late King Edward and Queen Alexandra spent a very pleasant 
holiday in the island after their postponed Coronation in August, 1902, and witnessed 
some very interesting sheep dog trials — which lengthened their stay 

(For Courts and Court Officials, Justices of the Peace, and County 
Boards, see County Lists) 

Population in 1881, 4762; in 1891,4927; in 1901, 4779: 1911 (Brodick, 992, 
Kilbride, 1323 : Kilmory, ^54; Shisken, 7fi4 ; Lochranza, 585) 4628— all in 
April. 1921— in June— Kilbride, 5293 ; Kilmory, 3001 : total, 8294. 

For Valuation and Assessments see pages 17, 19 and 21 

Lady of the Manor- -Lady Mary (only daughter of the late William Alexander Louis 
Stephen Douglas Hamilton, 12th Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, &c), now Mar- 
chioness of Graham. 

Commissioner — The Marquis of Graham 

4 Factor on Estate — George Laidler, Strabane, Brodick 

Sheriff Court held once a Quarter at Brodick. Hon Sheriff-Substitute Depute 
James Allan, Clachlands. Sheriff-Clerk Depute, John A Macrae, Inspector of 
Police, Lamlash 

Arran Farmers' Society. — Annual exhibition of live stock in August, and of roots, 
&c, in November. President, Marquis of Graham. Secretary, Jms Bone, Glen- 
kill. Joint-Treasurers, John B Sweet, Lamlash, and George Laidler, Brodick 

Coast Guard Stations. — Lamlash — Hill. Kildonan, 

Kildonan and Lloyd's Signal Station — Officer, Patrick Green 

Arran Golf Club — President, George Laidler; Secretary, R C Campbell 

Tuberculosis Officer for Arran, nr Brandon Barrow. 



A SPRIG of SCOTS HEATHER is as lightly thought of at 
XJL hame as a drink of cold water (of which there is more than 
enough to spare), but it is an inspiration and a valued reminder 
of the pleasantest of memories to Scots and their friends abroad. 

The exchange of national floral emblems will yet become ex- 
ceedingly popular among those who work for human brotherhood. 
We produced Victory Commemoration Bookmarks — in con- 
nection with the Armistice, the Signing of Peace and the succeed- 
ing J°y Day Celebrations, — which were considered very appro- 

Remember Friends Abroad. 

While enjoying holidays remember to gather sprigs to send to 
friends abroad, or in response to appeals you will see in leading 
Scottish weekly newspapers. 

We have for years sent boxesfull of heather to friends and so- 
cieties abroad. We frequently respond to newspaper appeals, and 
the following is one of the acknowledgments we received :, — 

East London, C. P., So. Africa, 18th Dec. 
Mr George Higgie, 22 Bridge St., Rolliesay, Scotland. 

On behalf of the East London Caledonian Society I wish to thank you for being 
so kind in responding to my appeal for heather, which was sold on our Patron Saint's- 
Day, and realised the very handsome sum of £265 5/11, and has been forwarded to 
the fund for disabled Sailors and Soldiers The heather was received in first-class 
condition, and was much prized — Yours faithfully, James Foubes, 

Convener of Heather Committee. 

It is not only Scots abroad who enjoy a sprig of something that actually grew 
at hame. The Glasgow ' Evening Times,' while the above acknowledgment was on the 
ocean, printed the following ; — " Flower girls in Argyle Street are making brave dis- 
play with the mimosa, which comes to us from the Continent before the swallows or 
even the daffodils dare. It is one of the indications, after the shortest day, tbat 
somewhere the sun is shining, and that winter is waning. Australians in town are 
greatly cheered by the golden glory, for the mimosa is the wattle of their homeland, 
carrying with it the same significance as the heather to a Scot abroad." 

Colonials and others on holiday in this country, have thanked us personally for 
sending them souvenirs of Scotland when far away; and others have reciprocated by 
sending preserved leaves and flowers from their distant lands. 

Th« exchange of national floral emblems will yet become exceedingly popular. 
Botanical Specimens go through the post at letter or parcel rates. 

Higgie & Co., Printers & Publishers, Rothesay. 

Parish of Kilbride. 

/ 'HURCHES Established, Brodick. Rev D Mackinnon. Kilbride — Rev 

^-^ Andrew Win Kennedy Corrie-Rev J Brown, M a. Whiting Bay — Rev John 
Dunlop Brown, si a 
United Free. — Brodick-uev Wm MTvelvie, ma. Lamlash — Rev Jn A Lamb, bd 

Whiting Bay — Rev John Forsyth 
Free Church. — -Brodick — Whiting Bay — Rev P Clarkson 

Congregational. — Sannox — Rev Allan C M'Dougall 

PARISH COUNCa —Corrie Ward— Rev Jas Brown ma and Rev Allan C M'Dou- 
gall. Brodick Ward-George Laidler (chairman), Arch Brown and Arch Currie 
Lamlash Ward — capt Chas Kennedy and Mr Jms Bone. Whiting Bay Ward — 
John W Kelso and Alex Kerr 
Inspector, John R Thomson Collector, John B Sweet. Medical Officer, Donald 
M'Dougall, m is. c m 

SCHOOLS. — Corrie — Miss Mary Ann Stewart. Brodick — Henry D Ross. Lamlash 

— Charles Farmer, m a. Whiting Bay— J Carnegie 
For Fducattonal Authority, see County Section. 
Doctors — 1) Brandon Barrow, m b, ch p.; J G Gilmour, m e, C m; and Donald 

Bank of Scotland — VVm Orr, agent, Lamlash. Brodick Branch open on Tuesdays 

in Summer, Fridays additional 
Registrars of Births, &c — Brodick — II D Ross Kilbride — John R Thomson 
Post Offices — Brodick — A Cameron. Corrie — Miss A Young. King's Cross — 

J Cook. Lamlash— R S M'Neish. Whiting Bay— J Reid 
Piermasters — Brodick — A Currie. Lamlash — James Hodge. Whiting Bay - 

A Currie, Brodick, manager 
Ferrymen — Corrie — Thomas Kelso. King's Cross, John Cook 
Masonic — " St Molio's' Lodge, No. 774, Lamlash — r w m- 

Lamlash Golf Club — Captain, J C Macrae. Secretary, Wm Rough 
Brodick Burns Club — President, Robert Currie. Secretary and Treasurer, Hsgh 

Miller Reid, Barnhill 
Lamlash Curling Club — Secretary and Treasurer, 
Lamlash Lawn Tennis Club — Secretary, D Crawford 
Lamlash Bowling Club — Secretary and Treasurer, Daniel Crawford 
Communions — First Sundays in May and November 
Fairs — Brodick— (Cattle, Sheep, and Horses) Tuesday after 20th June 

Lamlash — (Cattle, Sheep, and Horses) Friday before Irvine May Fair [first Tues- 
day | and Wednesday before October Falkirk Tryst [second Tuesday] 
Communications — Steamers to and from Ardrossan daily, and additional in Summer 

(in normal times) via Rothesay daily 

D. FullaPton, Grocer and General Merchant, near Pier. 

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Parish of Kilmory. 

/ iHURCHES. — Established.— High Kilmory and Shiskine — Rev Duncan Coii- 
^^^ acher. Lochranza — Rev John Oolville 
United Free. — Kilmory and Kildonan — Rev Duncan H Xeilson, ma. Shi>kine 
— Rev D Ross. Pirnmill and Lochranza — Rev J 31 M'Lellan 

PARISH COUNCIL — Lochranza Ward — Alexander McAllister and Alexander Kerr. 
Dougarie Ward — Petsr Baird jp; Ronald Currie and Angus M'Alister. Shedog 
Ward — Neil Robertson (chairman), and Chas M'Alister, jun. South End Ward 
— Peter Hamilton and John M r Bride 
Inspector, John R Thomson. Collector, Duncan McAllister. Medical Officer, Thos 
Rutherford, m b, c m 

SCHOOLS. — Dougarie Public — Georgina Teesdale. Drimlabarra — A M'Kellar, MA 
Kilmory — J A Byres. Lochranza — Miss dimming. Penrioch or Pirnmili — 
siiss Robertson. Shiskine — Angus Smith. Slidderie — Miss I H Scott 

For Educational Authority, see County Section. 

Doctors — Thomas Rutherford, m b, e M, Shiskine John Boa. m b c m, Dippiu 

Post Offices. — Kilmory — Miss M'Kelvie. Lochranza — Miss Lawrie. Shiskine — Mrs 
Currie. Blackwaterfoot— J Bannatyne. Pirnmill— Chas Robertson, Slidderie- 
Malc. Anderson 

Registrars of Births, &c— Kilmory— James R Byres. Lochranza— Robert Kerr. 
Shiskine— John Murchie 

Piermaster.— Lochranza— Robert Kerr. 

Ferrymen. — Blackwaterfoot— John Kelso. Machrie Bay— John Cochrane, jun. Pirn- 
mill— Chas Robertson 

Fair — Lochranza (Cattle, Sheep, and Horses), first Tuesday in June 

Communications— Campbeltown steamers from Glasgow and Greenock call at Loch- 
ranza and Pirnmill daily. Argyll Coast steamer from Glasgow, Greenock or 
Fairlie calls at Blackwaterfoot and Machrie Bay twice a week. 



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Parish of Cumbrae. 

THIS parish comprises t lie islands of tlie Great and Little Cumbrae off the Ayrshire 
coast. The Burgh of Millport, on the larger Isle, is a popular watering-place 
This isle is 12 miles in circumference, and has a well-made road round it. On the 
smaller isle is the Cumbrae Lighthouse. 

Population 1921, 2501 males; 3451 females: total, 5952. 

(For Valuation, Courtis and Court Official*, Jvntice?. of the Peace, and Count)/ Hoards, 
see Count;/ Lists — pages 17 to SO). 

Assessments: Consolidated Bates, - Owners, 11 *2.5d; occupiers, 6 61d 

Poor Kate, - „ 2d: „ 2d 

.School Kate,- - - „ 9£d; „ 9$d 

Registration.,- - - £d; „ |d 

Lord of the Manor : The Marquis of Bute. Factor, N H Constable, Rothesay 

Registrar of Births, Marriages, and Deaths: .lames Stewart 

Sheriff Small Debt Courts — Held in March and September. Sheriff-Cleric Depute, 
James Stewart 

PARISH COUNCIL.— James C Sharpe (chairman). John Crawford, Alex Muir 
I John M'Kirdy, Robert Robertson, James Risk and Robert Young. 
Inspector and Clerk, George Hastie. Collector, James Stewart 

CHURCHES — Parish (hours of worship, 11 am and 6 30 p m)— Minister, Kcv 
Archibald Grierson m a. Session-Clerk, James A Macfarlane 

East United Free (hours of worship, 11 am and C 30 p m) : Minister, Rev David 
B Nicoll, m a 

West United Free (hours of worship, 11 am and 6 30 pm) — Minister, Rev Jame3 
Frame, ma, b d 

S< ottisii Episcopal Church — The Church of St John the Evangelist, at 
Ohan, has been raised to the t status of Cathedral Church of Argyll 
and the Isles — Bishop, Right Rev Kenneth Mackenzie, dd. 

The Cathedral at Millport is now known as the Cathedral of the Isles, with the 
Very Rev Provost Robt Oswald Patrick Taylor, resident 

St Andrew's ; Rector, Rev Robert P Taylor. Hours of service; Sundays, H C 
10 15 a m (first in month) ; Matins, 11 am. Holy Days, Matins, 11 a m. 

Baptist (hours of worship, 11 a m and 6" 30 p m) : Pastor — Student supply 

SCHOOLS - — Cumbrae Public— Headmaster, Robt Paterson, ma. feis. Mistress, Infant 
and Industrial, Miss M'Dougall. Assistants, Misses Paul, Tait and M'Dougall 
For Educational Authority, see County Section 

Doctors ; H Sinclair, i,kpsg, and J II Paul, m a, m r c m 
Bank ; Union, Stuart Street. Thos W M'Ewen, agent 
Law Agent ; Robert Wood 

A Diversion for the Leisure Hour. 

HOW MANY LANGUAGES do you speak? Unless you a re a professional 
interpreter, or have lived abroad a good deal, you will probably reylp, "One, 
of course; English." That so ? But English is composed of dozens of other tongues 
— in fact, you cannot say the simplest thing without using a number of foreign words. 
Take your house, for instances, and see how many languages are needed to describe it. 

The word garden is a word meaning an enclosure, and comes from the old Vikings 
The porch is a Latin word ; so is the vestibule, which was originally the place where 
the Romans left their vestments or overcoats. 

The parlour is derived from the French word parler. to speak. It is the place where 
you speak to your friends. The dining room is also French, but the drawing room is 
English. The word is really withdrawing room — the room to which people with- 
draw after dinner. 

Some women have their own little dens, which they call boudoirs — French again! 
Boudoir means " a sulking place," and is the room to which the lady of the house 
retired to pout away her ill-humour, when she was feeling she hated everybody. A 
recess in a room is called an alcove, which is an Arabic word meaning an arch. 

The kitchen is Latin : scullery is certainly not an English word, but it is doubtful 
whether it was the place where the Romans put their trays, or that where the Vikings 
swilled their pots. The larder is a French word, meaniag bacon-store. 

The staircase is German. At the top of it is the passage, a French word meaning 
" space for moving to and fro." Often it is called a corridor, thereby using,a Latin 
word meaning " rnnning-about place." The Romans gave it this name because their 
children used it as a playground. 

The lumber room — really Lombard room — is the place where the Lombards, the 
great Italian bankers of the Middle Ages kept their papers. It is also given the 
German name, garret, or the Greek name, attic. Greek temples were built with a 
triangular structure above the pillars at either end, hence the name is given to the 
room with a painted ceiling at the top of the house. 

Houses are built of French bricks and roofed with slates, a German word meaning 
1 split things." The chimneys are Greek, the gutters that collect the rain water are 
French, while the water sponts that carry it away are Swedish. 

Icelandic windows keep out the wind, and at night Venetian blinds are drawn. 
These, by the way, came to Venice from Spain, where they were called "jealousies." 
The jealous Spanish husband kept his wife in seclusion. She was not allowed to 
draw up her blinds, but she might peep through the slits between the laths. 

When you speak of a veranda you talk in pure Persian, or you might launch out 
into German by calling it a balcony. The bay windows in front of tlie house come 
from Baiae, a health resort of ancient Rome. 

If your brain begins to whirl at the thought of all the tongues that you speak in 
naming the parts of your house, you can put on your Hindustani pyjamas, jump into 
your German bed, lay your Scandinavian head on the Latin pillow and Saxon bolster, 
pull np the Gothic sheets, the French blankets, and the Danish eiderdown, turn out 
the Greek lamp, and seek the Latin solace of Saxon sleep ! 

The English is not the only language made up from others and become known all 
over the world. Esperanto is similarly constructed, and has become the means of 
easy communication among people who believe in good-will, peace, and universal under j 
standing. There is not a subject which cannot be dismissed and settled by it. It is 
logical, euphonious, easy to acquire, and pleasant and profitable to use. The League of 
Nations has recommended its adoption. It was conceived in the troublous districts 
of eastern Europe, by an observant Jew with the Christian outlook. It is as free as 
the pure air of heaven, can be learned in private and circulated throughout the 
world by the art of printing. It is pre-eminently pro bono publico. 

National and International Esperanto Congresses are regularly held annually. 
A Special Conference on Esperanto in Commerce held at Venice, at Eastertide, 1923- 

OFFICIALS— Onmbrae. 

Masonic— Lodge " Kelburne" No 4o9— Meets on the first Friday of cacli month in the 
Masonic Hall, Crawford street, at 8 pm : R W M, Alex Caldwell. Secretary. J 
I) M'Kay. Treasurer, R Robertson, jr. 

Scottish Marine Biological Association of the West of Scotland: President, sir Arch 
M'Innes Shaw, LL.D. Secretary and Treasurer, A Lavvrie Brown. 88 Bath st 
Glasgow. Curator of Aquarium at Millport, Richard Elmburst 

Cumbrae Branch of Buteshire Liberal Association ; President, Wm M'Gregor. Secre- 
tary. J D M'Kay. Janitor, Mrs Gray 

Cumbrae Unionist Association; President, James Risk. Secretary, George Hastie, jr, 
Janitor, J Ferguson 

Cumhrae Women's Unionist Association. — President, Mrs King. Secretary, Miss 
Gardner. Treasurer, Miss Barclay 

Curling Club : President, D Forrest. Secretary and Treasurer, Alex Houston 

Cumbrae Golf Club: Captain, James Wallace. Secretary and Treasurer, J M'Con- 

Burial Ground: Superintendent, Duncan Brown. Clerk and Treasurer, Jas Stewar 

Allan SpiePS, Family Baker, 28 Stuart Street— Branch, 221 Kei 

burne Street. — Pastries, Hot Pies, &c. 

Connell'S Restaurant, 21 Stuart Street, at Head of Pier, 

Large Dining Saloon to accommodate 120. Catering a speciality 

Sommerville, Royal George Hotel, Nearest Pier. 

Comfortable, Excellent Cuisine. M. T. Sommerville, Proprietor. 

FPeebaiPn, Wine and Spirit Merchant, 7 Cardiff Street. 

Finest Blends of Spirits, Wines, Porter and Ales. Families supplied 

John Cunningham, Baker 8J Guildford Street. 

Hot Pies Every Saturday Evening Dishes Baked and Covered. Wedding Cakes. 

Shields, Watchmaker & Jeweller, 54 Stuart Street. 

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Burg-h of Millport. 

POPULATION of Burgh in 1891, 1662. In 1901, 1655 ; landward, 114— total 
1769. In 1911, burghal, 1610; landward, 86— total 1696. Census 1921 
2433 males; 3401 females— total, 5834. 
Assessments: Owners, le 9d ; Occupiers, 3s 5d (including water). 

CORPORATION. — Provost, Robert Robertson; Bailies Thomas Clark and Alex 
Houston. Police Judge, John T Mackay; Councillors, James Gardner, Allan 
Speirs, J A Macfarlane, Win Ferguson, A K Anderson and Robert Young 

Committees — Finance— The Provost, convener 

Works — Robt Young, convener 

Gas — i'lios Clark, convener 

Lighting— A K Anderson, convener. 

Public Health---! he Provost, convener 

Library and 1'owu Hall— Jas Gardner, 

Piers — Thos Clark, convener 

Entertainments--Bailie JPKay, convener 

Dean of Guild— The Dean, The Provost 

Water — Alex Houston, convener 
Officials: — Clerk, Robt Wood. Procurator-Fiscal, David Harper. Treasurer 

and Collector, Archd Cameron. Medical Officer, Geo Thomson, md. Inspector 

of Nuisances and Burgh Surveyor, John Dymock. Gas manager, John Dymock 

Piennaster, Alex Caldwell. Keppel Piermaster. Arch Brown 

Millport Bowling Club; President, J B Murray. Secretary, Arch Cameron 
Millport Trades' Association; President, Secretary, Jas Allan 

Mutual Plate Glass Insurance Association ; President, James C Sharpe. Secretary 

and Treasurer, Arch Cameron 
Co-Operative Society. Limited : President and Treasurer, Thomas Reid. 
Penny Savings Bank ; Trustees— William Martin, Freeland (chairman), Rev James 

Frame (secretary). 
Holidays; First Wednesdays after 15th April and 15th October. Shopkeepers' holi- 
day each Wednesday afternoon from October till May inclusive 
Post Office ; Postmaster, James Cunningham. Arrivals and despatches twice daily 
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The current issue, printed in 1914, was in Commemoration of 

The Six Hundredth Anniversary of the Independence of Scotland. 

The introductory pages of Bonnie Scotland's Resorts are well-known 
throughout the world already, as they, translated into Esperanto, had 
the honour of being the first National Guide-Book in the International 
Language, and has stirred an interest in our country which will continue 

to increase with the spread of good -will. 
These introductory pages were also used as the text of a booklet )> inted in 
Pitman's Phonetic Longhand — in commemoration of the celebration of the 
Inventor's Centenary, in 1913. For print see gre- n page at end. 

Her Most Gracious Majesty QUEEN VICTORIA, 
of Happy and Glorious Memory. 

when Her Majesty wa$ pleased to accept copies, and commanded her 

thanks to be sent to Mr Biggie. 

His Honor the Late WILLIAM M'KINLEY, when President- 

U. S. A., similarly received and acknowlrdgea the " winsome little 

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His Honor WILLIAM TAFT.LLD., ex -President, U.S A., received a 

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THE COLONIAL PREMIERS AND PARTY, who visited this Country 

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Ami, David, engineer, 1 Mill st ; ho, 52 

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Aird Thos., engineer, 31 Columshil! st 
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Anderson, John, slater, Ardmory 
Anderson, Peter, 11 Bridge st 
Anderson. Robert Gowanfield, Colums- 

hill st 
Anderson, R. D., 4 Albany ter 
Andeison, Thos., Ash stieJ, Marine pi 
Auderson, Thos. 41 Victoria st 
Andersor., capt W R, 36 Crichion rd 
Anderson Gen, Victoria st 
Anderson, jirs, Toward view, Ardbeg 
Anderson, Miss, Braemar 
Anderson, Miss, 21 Orichton rd 
Anketell, Mrs Kliz., 94 Montague st 
Arrol, Misses, Fast-lands rd 
Assur, Mrs Mary, 133 High st 
Astle, Mrs A., milliner, 100 Montague st 
F 81 

Astle. J. A., Ardbeg villa 
Auld, John, engineer, Dunira, Ascog 
Auld Mrs, nurse, Craigpoint, Craigmore 
Axworthy, Si 1 vei dale, Ardmory rd 

Paillie. Angus, accountant, 87 Ardbeg 
Bain Mrs, 31 Columshill st 
Bainb'idge. Mrs, 5 Battery vl 
Bainbrid^e R. compositor, 23 Victoria st 
Baird. And. B. , blacksmith and farrier, 
113 Highst; ho, Rosewood, Glebelands 
Baird. Mrs Jane, 12 Argyle st 
Baird , Cambridge house, Mount- 

stuart rd 
Baird, Mrs Orcadia 
Bald , 36 Columshill st 

Ballautyne , Ascog Bank 

Barclay, Alex., ma«on, Wyndham rd 
Barber. Mrs Mary, Ardbeg rd 
Harhour, Jidm. 4 1 Wateryate 
Barr, Duncan M., Mountpleasant 
Barr, Mrs Isa.. Wyndham rd 
Barr, James K., Bute Mansions 
Barr, Mrs Janet, 84 Ardheg rd 
Barr, John, chandelier, 31.;, Ardbeg rd 
Barr, Mrs Peter, Glebe tauds, Mount- 
pleasant id 
Barr, Kobt., 23 Columshill st 
Ban-, Thomas, 29 Coluuicrrll st 
Barrie, .John, 15 Bridge-end st 
Barrie, Msss M. & F.. 9 Wyndham rd 
Barrie Ths., mechanic, Gienro a cottage 
Barrie, Wm . 11 The Terrace, Aid ;eg 
Barrie , 15 Bridgend st 
Barrie, 22 Watergate 

Barmwman, K.. moulder, Castle st 
Baxter, Mrs Catherine, Townhead 
Baxter, John, baker, 5 Russell st 
Baxter, John, carter. 169 High st 
Baxter, John M ; . grocer, 19b Argyle st : 
ho., Springbauk 


Bute Arms Hotel 




1HI5 FIRST-CLASS HOTEL is the Largest and Best- 
Appointed, and occupies the Most Central Position in 
Rothesay. It is Well Known for its Comfort, Excellent Cuisine, 
and Moderate Tariff. 
Nearest Hotel to the Golf Course. 

Sanitary Arrangements Perfect. 
Telephone No. 14. 

WILLIAM WATSON, Proprietor. 

C. M'Connell & Co., 

milliners and Ladies' Outfitters, 

21 Montague street. 

The Newest and Most Fashionable Goods, 

Comprisin Ladies' and Children's Underclothing, Hosiery, Gloves, Wool, Furnishings' 


M'Connell & M 'Car thy, 

(Branch from 21 Montague Street), 

Ladies' and Children's Outfitters, 

59 Montague street. 

Specialists in Ladies' Corsets and Hosiery. 


Beaton, Alex., stoker, 8 Tower st 

.Beaton, Angus, 17 Russell st 

Beattie, I >, dyke builder. 21 Russell st 

Beattie, Joseph, 27 Bridge st 

Beattie, Miss Mrgt, fruiterer, 9 Argyle s 

Beckett Adam, 78 High st 

Bedgar, Mrs Julia, 74 Arc) beg 

Begg, , blacksmith, 4 Mansefield pi 

Beith Miss. 4 Bish >p st 

Bell, Catherine. 18 Bat ery pi 

Bell, Charles, 94 High st 

Bell captain Duncan, spiiit merchant, 

Galatea Bar, 3, 5, 7, Bridge-end st ; 

ho, 19 Argyle st 
Bell E.,70 Ardbeg id 
Bell, Francis, printer, 1 Logie pi 
Bell, James, gardener, 7 Montague st 
Bill, James, .Lojue pi 
Bell, Wm., grocer, 72 Montague st 
Bell, Miss, Auchnacloieh rd, Barone rd 
Bell, Mrs 72 Montague st 
Bennie, Mrs, High Crauimore 
Benson, John, 8 Mansefield pi 
Bernard, Mrs 71 Ardbeg id 
Berwick, Dr, 2 Marine pi 
Beveridge, Geo., 5 The Terrace, Ardbeg 
Binnte. Mrs Kliz., High Craigmore 
Bilsland, Peter, polisher, 35 Stnffa pi 
Bird, A. P., 18 Battery pi 
Bird John, mason, Gowanbrae 
Bird, Mrs Mary, Balloehgoy 
Birkett, mis, Dairy, Dean Hood pi ; bo, 

98 Montague st 
Birnie Wm. carrier. 103 Montague st 
Birnie Miss, putveyor, (iallowgate 
Black, Arch., farmer, 26 Wyndham rd 
Black, Duncan, 14 King st 
Black, Mrs Jaidine, 12 Argyle st 
Black, Miss Jessie, 12 W. Princes st 
BUck, John, cabman, 55 Montague st 
Black, John, shipmasce . 22 Argyle st 
Black, Mrs Wm., 31 E Brinces st 
Black, Win u, 12 WPrincesst 
Blackic Wm., 28 Wyndham rd 
Blackstock, Miss Janet, Feigusson pi 
Blackwood, J.C., Yarrow cot., Barone r 
Blain, Henry, 42 Mountpleasant rd 
Biain, Quinton, heritor, Argyle ter 
Blair, Dm. can, joiner, 22 Badge st ; ho, 

11 do 
Blair, James, 6 Watergate 
Blair, John, Hotel Victoria, Victoria st 
Blakey, Miss Sylvia, Pension Hotel, 

47 Crichton rd 
Blue, Miss Isabel'a. 13 Bridge st 
B ! ue, Jas., Minister's brae 
Blue, Miss Marion, 17 Battery house 
Blue, Neil, seaman, 38 E. Princes fat 

Blue, Patk, Glenfaulds, Mountstuart rd 
Blue, Wm, cabman, Bute mansions 
Blue Wm., 24 Biid^e. st 
Blyth John, butcher, 115 Montague st 

ho, V eddo, Barone rd 
Bodys, A & J, farmers, Bogany 
Bogle, coun., Ellerslie, High Craigmore 
Bolton, John, carter, 6 Hillhouse rd 
Bone, Hugh, joiner, 20 Russell st 
Bone, Jms. , mason, 5 Bishop ter brae 
B ine, Lachlan, mason, 18 Russell st 
Bone. Mrs Robert. 18 Russell st 
Bowers, Mr-A.. Arras na Mara, Marine p 
Bowers, Miss Chris., Columshill pi 
Bowie, Alex , 12 The Terrace, Ardbeg 
Bowie, Daniel, ylazier, 73 Victoria st 
Bowie, James, 10 the Terrace 
Bowie, Malcolm, baker, Tower st 
Bowm >n, Wm., jo ner, 1 King st; 
Boyd John, Ardbeg 

i>oyd, Ahd M., Ivy House, 8 Argyle pi 
Boyd, J. H., Kicebanjt, Aacog 
Boyd Mrs, 'I ighnieadonacb 
Boyd, Mis M .rtha Leopold villa, Ascog 
Boyd, Misses, Bute mansions, Princes st 
Boyle, Chas , vanman, 3t Columshill st 
Boyle, Mrs Dennis, 22 Russell st 
B >yle, J., 5 Bridge st 
.boyle, James, 1 Russell st 
Boyle, N. McK., 36 Columshill st 
Boyle, Tlio-i., clerk, Bridge-end st 
Bradbury, T B, hotel Madeira, 3 lower s 
Bradford, Mrs, .( Bishop ter br 
Brand John, m .nayer, Co Operative 

society, 7 h Priuces st; ho, 31 Battery p 
Biash, i.obr., 18 Callowgate 
Breckonridge, Mi*s, 4 Craigmore rd 
Brven Hugh, blacksmitii, Eden pi 
Broadley, John, 1 Bridgend st 
Brodie, *lex. C, 33 B:idge st 
Brooks, J. W. U., 3iBatteiy pi 
Bi-ookk, , janitor, 37 Montague st 
Brougli. Mrs Jane. 95 Ardbeg id 
B ough, J. din, 30 Bishop st 
Brown, Agnes, 77 Ardbeg rd 
Brown, Alex., joiner, 18 Mill st ; ho 

3 Belle vue ter, Barone rd 
Brown, Angus, mason, 8 Columshill pi 
Brown, Miss Ann, Argyle ter 
Brown, rch., traveller, Academy rd 
Brjwu, Mrs Catherine, 22 Biidge st 
Brown, D., Eauldmore, Serpentine rd 
Brown. David, spirit dealer, IS High s; ; 

ho, Cro3shi 1 villas 
Brown, Diiucan, draper, 33 Montague st 
Brown, Ellen, 94 High st 
Brown, Geo. janitor, west entrance, 

r"ub.ic School 
Brown, Geo , 19 Argyle st 

s ■ 


G- Si DOQ O S. Playing Cards 

Newspapers Delivered Morning and Evening. 

"Presents from." Goods. Purses Pocket Books, Knives, &c, &c. 

Splendid Selection of N"o\els at all Prices. 


Bookseller, Stationer a*id 
Faney Goods Merchant , 


Best Quality Writing Pads for Home or Foreign Use. 

All Kinds of Leather and Fancy Goods kppt in Stock. 

Local View Post Cards in Great Variety. 

Birthday Cards. Typewriting Requisites. Picture Books. 



Printed as Button-Holes 


and afterwards retained as Book-Marks 
Commemorating Extra Pleasant Occasions. 

Only from 

Hi€if;iE & Co v., Rothesay. 

Scottish Letter Headings, with Verses, &c. . 8d doz. 

Eeduction for Quantities. 12 different kinds. Specimens, 3d postal coupons. 

HIGGIE & CO., Publishers, Rothesay, Scotland. 


Brown, James, 3 Avgyle pi 
Brown, James, M'Nab's br 
Brown, James, 12 the Terrace 
Brown, Mrs Jane, Columshillst 
Brown, Miss Jessie, 37 Argyle st 
Brown- John, accountant, Roslyn pi 
Brown, John, shipmaster, 95 Ardbeg rd 
Brown, Mrs John R, 3k Victoria st 
Brown, Joseph, gardener, la Mount- 
pleasant rd 
Brown, Miss Marion, 42 Crichton rd 
Brown, Mrs Mary. Kir Buildings 
Brown, Matth, 19 Castle st 
Brown, M & C 22 E Princes st 
Brown, Ths., crpntr., Clifton, Argyle pi 
Brown, ThosS., burgh worker, 3 Bishop 

terrace brae 
Brown, Mrs Wm., 72 Montague st 
Brown, Wm. D., sanitary inspector, 1 

Gas tie st ; ho, 59 Barone rd 
Brown, Mr*, grocer, 34 Columshill pi 
Brown, Miss, 31 Ardbeg rd 
Brown, Miss, 92 Ardbeg rd 
Brown, Misses, 31 Argyle st 
Brown, Mrs, Argyle ter 
Brown , 45 Ardbeg rd 
Brown, , Edgehill, Crichton rd 

Brown, Miss, Craigmore villa 
Browne, , 12 Brighton ter 
Biownlie, Arch H. , bakei - , 6 Watergate 
Brownlie, Mrs Helen, 28 Argyle st 
Brownlie, Miss hi e'en S., Lilyoak ter 
Biownlie, John, 31 Battery pi 
Brownlie, Win., butcher, Watergate ; 

ho, 2S Argyle st 
Brownlie, , 3 Bishop ter br 

Bruce, Alex., 25 Columshill st 
Bruce, Alex , 96 High st 
Bruce, Hny., plumber, 17 Battery pi 
Bruce, Mrs Mary. 83 Montague st 
Bryan, Reginald G., Hillside ho, Ser- 
pentine rd 
Bryce Alex., grocer, Barone Boad ; ho, 

7 Union st 
Bryce, Wit., flesher, 3S Bishop st 
Bryce Thos , draper, 43 Ardbeg rd 
Bryce. Mrs, A rrimory rd 
Bryden, Jn. s 9 Mansetield pi, High st 
Buchanan. A. C, bookseller, Barone rd 
Buchanan, Chs., engineer, 17 Battery pi 
Buchanan, Donld, Bellfield, Barone rd 
Buchanan Donald, 40 Bishop st 
Buchanan, Misses B. & M., 55 Barone rd 
Buchanan, Geo. constable. Townhead 
Buchanan, Geo.. 41 Watergate 
Buchanan Geo., engineer, Auchnacloich 
Buchanan, Miss Janet, 21 Argyle st 
Buchanan. Miss Jene., 8 Gowanfield ter 

Buchanan Ml, restaurateur. 27 Victoria st 
Buchanan, Mrs Mary, Clydesdale house, 

Buchanan Miss, Nittingsball, Barone rd 
Buchanan Misses, Clydesdale house 
Biust, Mrs Margt., 22 Columshill st 
Bulloch, Jas, linesman, 179 High st 
Bunting, Mrs Agnes, 56 Cnchton rd 
Burgess, Alex., ma, rector, Academy 

ho, Blythswood, Bishop ter 
Burgoyne, John, Glenhead 
Burgoyne, Peter, seaman, 32 Bishop st 
Burgoyne, Wm B, furnisher 85 Mon- 
tague st 
Burnet, Wm, 23 Mountpleasant rd 
Burnett, .Misses Dunve^an, Marine pi 
Burnette, F. K., photog., I >ean Hood pi 

ho, Towardview, Ardbeg 
Burns David. 15 Bridge st 
Burns, Jms, la Hillhouse rd 
Burns, Mrs Lilly. 2 Columshill st 
Burns, Kobt., 6 Columshill st 
Bun idge, Jhn, gardener, Convent cot, 

Cairns, James, 34 Mill st 
Cairns , 11 East Princes st 
Caldwell, John, draper, 2 and 3 Albert 

pi & 13 Montague st; ho, Haslingden, 

Mountpleasant rd 
Caldwell, Misses, Adelaide hse, Mount- 

stuart rd 
Callan, Geo., grocer, 21 E. Princes st 
Callan, John, moulder, 70 Ardbeg rd 
Callan, Mrs J. M'C. , Bute mansions, 

East Princes st 
Cameron Mrs Arch., Argyle ter 
Cameron, Dun., cabman, Bishop st 
Cameron, Mrs Eliz., 19 Castle st 
Cameron, Geddes O., hairdresser, 51 

Victoria st ; ho, Barone rd 
Cameron Eight Rev Hugh, Hillhouse rd 
Cameron, Mrs James, bh Argyle pi 
Cameron, Jn, seaman, Mountpleasant rd 
Cameron, Lach., plumber, 21 Russell st 
Cameron, Robt. , 4 Mansetield pi 
Cameron, Wltr.,seamati, 17 Bishop st 
Cameron Mrs, 22 Argyle st 
Cammock, Wm., writer, 70 Ardbeg id 
Campbell, Miss Agnes, 57 Ardbeg rd 
Campbell. Alx,, accountant, auctioneer, 

&c, 29 Watergate; ho, Wyndham rd 
Campbell, Alex., cashier, 92 Ardbeg rd 
Campbell, Alex, 32 Ladeside 
Campbell, D.. 11 Mansfield pi 
Campbell, Arch., seaman. 28 Argyle st 
Campbell, Ach, burgh worker,29 Column 

hill st 



Boys', Youths' and Gent's, Clothier, 

Outfitter, Hosier and Hatter, 
25 Victoria street, Rothesay. 


23 East Princes Street. 

^Eratkd Waters and High-Class Ices 

Confections from Best Makers. Hi^li Teas. 
Special Fish Suppers on Saturday Evenings. 

Large Saloon at Bach. 

William M. Heaton, Jun. 

Established 1857. Telephone No. 66. 

D. C, MURRAY & CO., 

decorators, e&lapers, ana picture Jframc ^Makers, 
86 Montague street. 

Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Paperhangings. 
Glass, Polished and Rough Plate, Embossed and Ornamental, Silvered Mirrors, 
Sheet Glass, Lend Lattice Work, Picture Mouldings, Memorial Wreaths, 
Shades and Stands. 

Glasgow and West of Scotland Society 


Prevention of Cruelty 


THE SOCIETY has during the Season a Resident Officer in Rothesav for the purpose 
of inquiring and investigating into all ACTS of CRUELTY to ANIMALS through 
out the Counties of Argyll and Bute. Complaints left at his residence. 3i Victoria 
street (2 up), or Police Office, will receive immediate attention 


Campbedl, Arch., spirit dealer. Tower 

and Castlehill sts 
Campbell, Arch., 11 Columshill st 
Campbell, Mrs Ach., 12 Kins st 
Campbell, Arch M, 73 Victoria st 
Campbell, Mrs Cath, 45 Ardbeg rd 
Campbell, Mrs Clara, 4 Bridge st 
Campbell, Cln , house of rest, Argyle tei 
Campbell, Mrs, Colin. 76 Montague st 
Campbell Cln, steward. 35 Barone rd 
Campbell D., Castle se 
Campbell. Mrs Helen, 98 Montague st 
Campbell, Hit., Argyll Mansions 
Campbell, James, broker, 6 Ladesido 
Campbell, Jms, flesher, 9 Hillhouse rd 
Campbell, Mrs Jane, S Argvle st 
Campbell. Miss Janet, Argyle ter 
Campbell, John, car driver, 75 Ardbeg rd 
Campbell, John, 6 Watergate 
Campbell, Jn. Hawthorn cot, Arg* le pi 
Campbell John, spirit merchant, Black 

Bull Inn, W. Princes e*. 
Campbell, John A., 17 st 
Campbell, John Rattray, Clydesdale bk 
Campbell, J. J., p c, 5 Argyle st 
Campbell, R. W., 44 Mountstuart rd 
Campbell, Wm., 34 Montague st 
Campbell, Wm., 21 Mill st 
Campbell, Mrs Ardenlea, Ardbeg 
Campbell Mrs, Hawthorn pk Argyle pi 
Campbell Miss, Edgremonr.. Brighton tr 
Campbell, Mrs, Heathm >unt, Crichton rd 
Campbell, Mrs, 8 Argyle st 
Campbell , carter, 20 Russell st 
< 'ampbell, , grdnr., 28 I .adeside st 

Campbell, , Kim via. Minister's br 

Campbell, , 107 Montague st 

Canning, Jms., painter, 20 Bishop st 
Canning, Peter, farmer, Loehend 
Cardell. Mrs Thos., 19 High st 
Cardwell, John, 103 Montague st 
Carmichael, Alex., 11 the Terrace 
Carrick James, 17 E Princes st 
Carrick, Miss, Pension, Crichton rd 
Carroll Edward, 76 Montague st 
Carson, John, 1 Wyndlum rd 
('arson, Mis Samuel, 19 Wyndham rd 
Carson, John W, Wyndham Park 
Carson , Demerara, Ardbeg rd 
Carswell, James, Sophia cor, Ardbeg 
Carswell, John, seaman, Dunirs, Ascog 
Cassels . 1 Wyndham pk 
Casey , 65 Victoria at 
Cassuly, Ed., gardene'% 46 High st 
Cassidv, Wm , gnrdener, 2 Logie pi 
Caution W, 31 Wyndham rd 
Chalmers, Miss Agnes, 21 Ardbeg rd 


Chantry, Wallace, 1.0 Mansefield pi 
Chapman John, teacher, Ballochgoy 
Cherry, Mrs. 22 Watergate 
Chisholm, W., plumber, 17 Wyndham r 
Christie. Arthurs., music teacher and 

organist, Liuorno, Crichton rd 
Christie, Robt, 4 Mountpleasant rd 
Chrystie, Robt., 2 King st 
Clark, Alex., 38 Bridge st 
Clark, Andw , Glenbuie, Glebelands 
Clark, A ndw, 73 Ardbeg rd 
Clark, Duncan, 6 Mansefield p 
Clark F. , 'bus inspector, 6 Mansefield p 
Clark, James, 38 Bishop st 
(/lark, Mrs John, Gowanbrae 
Clark Mrs John, 22 \<). Frinces st 
Clark, Mrs Jos., Gowanbrae, Columshill 

Clark, Thos , fisherman, 19 Stuart st 
Clark Miss, Violer, 90 Montague st 
Clark, Mrs, 6 Mansefied pi 
Clay, Thos M., bookseller, HVictoria st 

ho, Auchnacloich >d 
Clayton Annie, 11 Mill st 
Coates, J., 11 Mill st 
Coburn Jms., watchmaker. 17 Bridge st 
Colin*, Chas., fisherman, 29 Mill st 
Coll Hu., 55 Montngue st 
Gdville, Mrs Isa., 78 High st 
Colquhoun, Dugald, 103 Montague st 
Combs, F., 40 Bishop st 
Conely, Donald, 27 Staffa pi 
Connell, Mrs Agnes, 20 Mill st 
Connell, John, engineer, 2 Ladeside st 
Connell, Walter. 63 Montague st 
Connor, John, 87 High st 
Constable, N. M., factor, Bute Estate 

office, High st ; res, Foley house 
Cook, Hobt. i\, engineer, Ardmory rd 
CooKe W, 21 Gallowgate 
Coomin, John, 98 Montague st 
Cooper, Miss Jeannie, 19 Stuart St 
Cooper Thos , J.19 High st 
Cooper, Mrs , Glsnfaulds 
Cormack, An., policeman, 27 Argyle st 
Cowan, Dugald, farmer, Grenach 
Cowan, , coalman, Argyle sc 
Cowan, , Auchnacloich rd 
Courtney, Mrs, InKerman ter 
Crabb, T., burgh worker, 21 Mill st 
Craig, Miss Jessie, 31 Battery pi 
Craig Jm-\, 3 Bishop ter br 
Craig, JKobt , 31 Columshill st 
Craig, Miss E., 3g Ardbeg rd 
Craighead, Mrs Eleanor, bookseller, &c, 

Guildford sq, ; ho 2 K Princes sr. 
Craighead, Mrs M., 7 Wyndham rd 


Peter M'Kellar, 

House Agent, Insurance Agent, 

and Piermaster, 


Tennis Courts and Putting- Greens in Neighbourhood. 



Floorcoverings, Carpets, Rugs, Blankets, Linens, Hosiery. 

and Shetland Goods. 

Umbrbllas re-Covered and Repaired on the Premises. 



Agent for W. & A, Gilbeys Wines and Spirits. 

Joseph Maitland, ' 

(Successor to HrGii Morton"), 

Family Grocer and Wine JWercliant, 

62 Montague st 0p S™?^ SSTftlu Rothesay. 

Orders Called for and Promptly Delivered. 



Opposite Ntcwart fttatfue, 

Misses J. & S. MORRISON 

Breakfasts. Luncheons. Dinners. Teas. Fish Suppers. 
Excursion and Pie-Nic Purveyor. 


Craigie , Glendermot cot Currie, John, farmer, Ardbeg 

Crawford Bros., fleslieis. 17 Gallowgate Currie, Arch., 77 Montague st 

Crawford, Dvd., carter, 52 Montague st Currie D, slater, 8 Columshill st 

Crawford Misses Frances and Margt , 29 Currie, Dan., shoemaker, 90 Montague st 

Mountstuart rd Cunie, Dan., engineer, 5 The Terrace 

Crawford, Geo , coachman, Prospect ct. , Currie, Duncan, tiesher, 3 Bishop r't 

Ardbpg rd Currie, Dun, upholsterer, 38 Bishop st 
Crawford, Miss Jemima, Havelock ter Currie, Duncan, yacht master, 2 Mount- 
Crawford. Mrs John S., 11 E Princes st Currie D, slater, 8 Columshill st 

pleasant rd 
Currie Hugh, postman, Eden pi 
Currie, John, 20 Biehop st 
Currie, Mrs John, farmer, We'stland 

< 'rawfoid, Mrs Margt.. Argyll mansions 
Crawford, Mrs Mrgt , 36 Mountstuait rd 
Crawford, Mrs Mary E., 41 Ardbeg id 
Ciawford, Peter, 22 E Princes st 

Crawford, Kbt., Queen's Hotel Argyle st Currie, Lach., grocer, 4 Mansefield i 1 
Crawford, Mrs Strt., spirit dealer, Bridg- (Currie, Mary, 42 Bishop st 

end st; Cu'rie, Peter, 20 Russell st 

Crawford , 81 Ardbeg rd Currie Robt. cabman, 21 Bridge-end st 

Crawford Miss, 30 Marine pi « unie, Robert, farmer, Crossbeg 

Crawford , Helenslea, 45 Ciichton rd Currie, Robeit, 10 Mansefield pi 

< 'reighton, Miss Eliz., 27 Argyle st Cusach Mic. 96 High st 
Creighton, John, 42 High st Cuthbert, Mi*s Em., 39 Ardbeg 
Creighton, Tom , 119 High st Cuthbert, TV in. pensioner, 17 Bridge st 
Ciichton, Alex, fisherman, 19 Mill st Cuthbertson, Michael, 61 Ardbeg rd 
Crighton John, fisherman. 41 Watergate 

Crombie , mirse, 33 Victoria st 

Crosbie , 38 Bishop st T-* 

Crossan, Mrs Janet 73 Ardbeg rd 

Cruiekshanks, Mrs Jn, plumber, 47 High 

st ; ho., Auchnacloich rd 
Cubie, Mrs, 5 Academy ter 
Cullen, Miss Emilie M., 29 Bishop st 
dimming, Henry, 37 Bridge st 
dimming Mrs Sarah, 37 Bridge st 
Cunningham, Ax.. 71 Victoria st 
Cunningham, And., 48 Ladeside 
Cunningham Mrs Ann, 35 Mountstuar rd 
Cum ingham. And., grocer, Victoria st ; 

ho, 34a Columshill st 
Cunningham rtnd, grocer,84 M'>ntague s 
Cunningham, Mrs *'., 2 Bridge st 
Cunningham, James, retired grocer, 22 

Brighton ter 
Cunningham, James, steward, 1 John st 
Cunningham, John, heritor, High Craig- 

Cunningham, John, plumber, 17 Bridge- 
end st ; ho, 2 Chapelhill rd 
Cunningham, Miss M, 24a Columshill st 
Cunningham, M , painter, Auchiemore 

Cunningham, Rbt., baker, 24 Bishop st 
Cunningham, Thos., stoker, 133 High st 
Cunningham, Wm., painter, 89 Barone r 
Cunningham. Wilmina, Kir Buildings 9 
Cunningham, Miss, 8 Argyle st 
Cunningham & Co.. aerated water manu- 
facturers, 17 E. Princes st 
Currie, Alex., draper, 47 Argyle st 


Dale Samuel, 7 W Princes st 

Dale Walter, 40 Bishop st 

David Wm., Burgh chief constable, 33 

High st ; ho, Fauldruore, Serpentine r 
Davidson, J., gardener, Ardencraig 
Davidson Miss Jemima, 32 Battery p 

and 11 Montague st 
Davidson John, boxmaker. 78 Ardbeg id 
Davidson Miss Mary, 24 Bishop st 
Davidson, Miss Maiy, 20 W. Princes st 
Davidson Mrs, 3 Albany tsr 
Davidson Miss St Clair, Cr 
Dawson Wm, tailor, 28 Bridge st 
Deans Aifred, 1 Hussell st 
Deans Mrs Margt., 2 Colbeck pi 
Denoon Mrs Rachael, Bridge 
Derby Mrs Jessie, 12 Ladeside 
Derby Thos., painter, 18 Castle st 
Dewar Andw , 7 Gallowgate 
Dewar Arch. y Albert cot., Barone rd 
Dewar Cach. Victoria cot., Barone rd 
Dewar Miss Isabella, 8 Argyle sc 
Dewar, Chas., spirit dealer, 8 Castle st 

ho, 32 Kishop st 
Dewar Duncan, architect, ±5 Castle st 

ho, 23 Aruyle pi 
Dewar Francis, boatbnilder, Church In, 

High st ; ho. Victoria cor., Barone rd 
Dewar, Francis, jun,, Fer Fad rd 
Dewar James, joiner, 4 Mansefield pi 
Dewar, John, 30 Bishop st 
Dick Miss, Mart., 41 Mountstuart r I 


George M. M'Lintoek, 

A R G H IT E C T, 

'Phone, 124 5 High street 

J M'Callum & Son, 

Joiners and Funeral Undertakers, 

'Phone 10'2y4 50 High street 

The Galatea Bar, 

3, 5 and 7 Bridge-End Street, 

Families Supplied. Duncan Bell, Spirit Merchant 

STATIONS, nearest the Bathing Places, West Bay. — 

Motor and Rowing Boats by the Hour, Day or Week. Terms Moderate. 
House, 13 Argyle Place. 

Bute Savings Bank, 7 Castle street, Rothesay. 

Sums can now be deposited with us to any amount — all limits having been abolished 
Open Daily from 10 till 3, Saturdays from 10 till 12; Saturday Evenings from 7 till 8 
Deposits transferred from other Savings Banks free of charge. 

'Phone, 197, 

Alexander R. Peacock, 

Registered /'/timber, Gasjitter and Zinc Worker, 

71 High street 

House Address — Moidart, 14 Mountsttiart Road. 
Hot and Cold Water App lances, Be'l Hanging. Pumps, Illumes, Ridges, &c. 

N. MacNicol, 

Family Baker, Pastry Cook and Purveyor, 

Speciality in Cakes. Shortbread, Rusks, etc' 23 Montague St. & 81 High St 

Hot Pies Every Saturday. Soirees and Excursions Supplied. Biscuits and Pastry in Great 

Variety. Cakes of Every Description Mads to Order. 

Marriage Parties Purveyed for in First-Class Style. Charges Moderate 

GeOPg*e Maitland, Successor to Edward M'Tavish, 

das * Electric Light Fiitter, Bellhanger, Tinsmith & Furnishing Ironmonger; 

Copper, Brass, and Black and Galvanised Sheet Iron Worker, 

7c Bridgend st. and 3 Ladeside st 

'Pbone, No. I'll. All Kinds of Stands for Horticultural Exhibit Purposes. 

Banges, Gasalders, Grates, Stoves, Tile Hearths, &c, supplied and fitted. Brass Plates and Stencils. 


Dickie, Rev John M.. bd, New Parish 

manse, Sk?och wood 
Dickinson Hugh, policeman, 5 Bishop 

ter br 
Dickson Mrs, Ardbeg rd 
Dickson Mrs, 29 Colnmshill st 
Dickson Miss, 3 Battery pi 
Dickson , 6 Argyle ter 
Dobbie Alex. S., joiner. Bishop ter br ; 

ho, Palace buildings 17 E. Prinscs st 
Dobbie Mrs And., 4 Bishop st 
Dochertv Ed., contractor ,12 the Terrace 
Dobbie, Jas W, Madeira via, Serpentine 

Docherty Jn., gardener, 2 Minister's br 
Docherty, John jun. 1 Bridgend st 
Doche ty John J, painter, I Bridgend st 
Docherty Margt, 86 High st 
Docheity Mrs, S Gallowgate 
Dodds, John G., joiner, Colbec pi ; ho, 

Sunnyside, Auchnacloich Baronerd 
Boggart Th.W., teacher, Concoid villa, 

Coiniushill st 
Donald John, 78 High st 
Donald John, 7 Montague st 
Donaldson Dvd., 27 Argyle st 
Donaldson Js. < ', heritor, J4 Ardbeg id 
Donaldson John. Meadowcap 
1 >oon Matthew. 40 AVatergate 
Dougall, J. S.. bookseller, jeweller, 

librarian stationer, &c, Vi toria st, 

Montague st, Albert pi & Gallowgate; 

ho, Eastfield, Serpentine rd 
Do'iglas Arch., 17 Kussell st 
Douglas Miss Margt., East Princes st 
Douglas Misses Jessie and Marion, Beau- 
fort, GVaigmore 
Douglas, Mrs, 5 Koyal ter 
Douglas F, 169 High st 
Dow Mrs Jane, 14 Ca=tlehill st 
Dow Mrs, 76 Ardbeg rd 
Dow Miss, 5 Albany ter 
Dowell, Mrs, 4 Dean Hood pi 
Dryburn Mrs Wm„ 20 Mill st 
Dryden Geo., music teacher, 30 Argyle 
Dryden Geo J, piano tuner, 30 Argyle s 
Drynan Mrs, 1 King st 
Duggan Mrs P, 16 Hi;:h st 
Duncan Alex. 14 Mountstuait rd 
Duncan Alex., boot dealer, Bishop st 

ho, 8 ArgyJe, st 
Duncan Mrs Alex , Stewart villa, Barone 

Duncan Miss Cath.. Argyle ter 
Duncan Chas , Bogie pi 
Duncan Mrs Daniel, Woodend 
Duncan Daniel, 9 Columshill pi 
Duncan David, 7 Mill st 


Duncan Miss Helen, Balloohgoy 
Duncan Miss Henrietta, 53 Mountstuait 

Duncan Jms, 9 Manseflelu pi 
Duncan James, gardener, Logie pi 
Duncan Jms., mason, Kingarnet, Ba- 
rone rd 
Duncan Jms , steward, 35 Bridge st 
Duncan Mrs Jas, Brandar.e tr, Barone r 
Duncan Misses Jane & Mary, 25 Argyle 

Duncan J, 7 Brighton pi 
Duncan J, chaffeur. 9 Bishop at 
Duncan John, joiner, 77 Ardbeg rd 
Duncan Miss Marjory, 21 Ardbeg rd 
Duncan Miss Mary, 77 Ardbeg rd 
Duncan Miss Mary A., 37 E. Princes st 
Duncan Miss Mary E. . 53 Mountstuart r 
Duncan Matthew, plasterer, Ladeside; 

h>, Academy rd 
Duncan Mtth., jun., plasterer, 1 Co- 
lumshill p' 
Duncan N, 74 High st 
Duncan Mrs JNinian, 24 Bishop st 
Duncan Hbt.. postman, 19 Argyle st 
Duncan Mrs Bobt. Crais r , Bishop st 
Duncan Mrs Walter, 33 Bridge st 
Duncan Win., 1 Ardmillan Crichton rd 
Duncan Miss, stationer, Argyle st : ho- 

Auchnacloich rd 
n uncan Mis, 16 Marine pi 
Duncan Miss, 23 Argyle ter 
Duncan bootmaker, 8 Argyle st 

Duncanson John H., Mill st 
Dunlop Miss Ann, 90 Ardbeg rd 
Dunlop Mrs Hliz., Park pi 
Dunn Arch. C, draper. 85 Ardbeg rd 
Dunn, David, teacher, 5 The Terrace 
Dunn John. 58 Ladeside 
Dunn Mrs Margt, 57 Ardbeg rd 
Dunsmuir Allan, 10 The Terrace 
Dyer, Mrs Behecca, 12 Bridge st 
Dykes, Arthur, gardener, 22 Bridge st 

Eadie Misses, 32 Battery pi 

Edgar Walter, grocer, 2 Castle st ; ha 
15 Castle st 

Edi;ar Mrs, 37 E. Princes st 

Edwards, E J. 73 Ardbetr rd 

Elder Andw, 63 Montague st, 

Elder Robert, engineer, Elderslie, Ser- 
pentine rd 

Engli-h Geo, gardener, Stuart st 

Esselmont Rev Jame--, Bridgend TJ F, 
manse, Bishop ter 

Ewing Andw., 80 Montague st 



Robert Brown & Co., 

I r o ii in o n g* e r s, 

43 Montague Street 

Daniel Lamont, 

Grocer and Provision Merchant, 

92 High Street 

Alexander M'Nab & Son, 

Joiners, Glaziers and Funeral Undertakers, 

House— Holyrood, Barone Road. 24 Watergate 

James Canning" & Son, 

Coach, House and Motor Painters, 

House Address — 20 Bishop street. John Street 

GeOPg*e Moat (Lately with Wm. Skinner & Son, Ltd., Glasgow), 

Baker and Confectioner, 

81 Victoria St, 15 Tower St, and 34 Marine Rd, Port-Bannatyne 

A Speciality — Wedding, Birthday and Christening Cakes. 

John Blyth, 


Tel. No. 37 National. 115 Montague Street 

Finest Home-Fed Jieef, Mutton, and Lamb. 

All Orders receive careful and prompt attenti"n. 

John Gemmell, M.P.S., Telephone, iss. 

Chemist and Druggist, 

20 Argyle street 

Infants' Food always fresh. Patent. Medicines Perfumes, Toilet Requisites., etc. 

N. II. I. and Private Perscriptions Dispensed with Best Quality Drugs. 

All Kodak Supplies. 

John Ewing>> Grocer 1 Wine Merchant, 8 w.°ppinees st 


"WINES, WHISKIES and BRANDIES— All the Lending Blends. 

Try our Famed PERNTOSH BLEND of Old Scotch Whisky. 
BASS'S BEER and (iUINESs'S and BARCLAY PERKINS'S Stout in Prime Condition. 
Orders Promptl Delivered. 


Ewing Ach., reporter, 45 Mountstuart rd 

Ewing Jni3, 21 Kussell S" 

Ewing, John, grocer, 8 XV Princes st ; 

ho, Crichton rd 
Ewing J, 10 Mansefield pi 
Ewing , Leopold villa, Craigmore 

Ewing , 2 Albany ter 

Evans Mrs Mary, 16 Castle st 

Fairbairn , Argyle ter 

Falconer Mrs, 1 Union st 
FrecWeton J, 76 Montague st 
Fannan. Chas., 17 Bisliopst 
Farmer D, gardener, Mill bank 
Karrell James, moulder, 74 Ardbeg rd 
Farrell Jeremiah, moulder, 85 Ardbeg r 
Faulds Jas., Ardlea, Ardmoryrd 
Faulds Mrs, 89 Montague st 
Faulds Mrs Mary, Ardmory rd 
Faulds Wm, carter, 11 Mill st 
Faulds Wm, jun, carter, li Golumshill s 
Fenton D, 22 Rnssell st 
Fenton Robt., wool mercht,74 Ardbeg r 
Ferguson Mrs Agnes, 27 High st 
Ferguson Alx. , painter. 23 Koslin pi 
Ferguson Mrs Ann, 20 Staffa pi 
Ferguson I >., 6 Hillhouse rd 
Ferguson Dune, LI Bridge st 
Ferguson Mrs Geo, Mill bank.Ascog 
Ferguson Jas. W., gardener, Mill st 
Ferguson John, J p, heritor, Pointhouse 

Fergusson, John, Mackinlay's Temper- 
ance hotel, 4 High st 
Ferguson John, postman, Clifton, Ar- 
gyle pi 
Fergu-on Mrs Male, 5 Argyle st 
Ferguson Mrs Mary, 24 Argyle st 
Ferguson Mrs Mary, 7 Tower st 
Ferguson .Neil, heritor, 15 Bridge st 
Ferguson Boht, 98 Montague st 
Ferguson Wm, bootmaker, 7g Ardbeg r 
Ferguson Wm, 7 Gallowgate 
Ferguson Wm, 4 Mansefield pi 
Ferguson Miss, Inkerman ter 
Ff rguson Peter, tailor, Osborne pi 
Ferguson Mrs, 27 < "olumshill st 
Ferrier Mrs Margt, Toward view, Ard- 
beg rd 
Ferrier David, Rockhill Castle, High 

Ferrier, Kobt., clerk, 8 Wyndham pk 
Ferrier Wm, vanman, 84 Montague st 
Findlay Wm. grocer, Mansefield pi; ho, 
Minister's br 


Findlay Mrs M, 10 Minister's brae 
Finlay Mrs I, 1 & 23 Crichton rd 
Finlay Misses Janet & Jem., 60 Moun 

stuart rd 
Finlay Mary Ann, 23 Crichton rd 
Finlay Miss May, 47 Mountstuart rd 
Finlay Miss Maty, 3 Victoria st 
Finlay Peter, grocer, Wyndham rd 
Finlay Rbt., gardener, 61 Mountstuart rd 
Finlay Thms. 24 Watergate 
Finlay Mrs, 32 Mountpleasant rd 
Finlayson Edwin, seedsman, Craigmove 

nursery, Crichton rd 
Fisher James, grain merchant, King st 
and W. Castle st, and King's Mill, 
Mill st ; ho, Orlington, Jo Ardbeg rd 
Fisher. Mavgaret. 18 Battery pi 
Fisher Mrs May, IS Battery pi 
Fisher, Mrs Margt., 2 Mountstuart rd 
Fisher, Kbt. Burns, Thornhill, Argyle s 
Fisher, Miss Sarah, 4 W Castle st 
Fisher Miss, Uillhead, Serpentine rd 
Fleck , 35 E Princes st 
Fleming And., clerk, Adelaide p\ 
Fleming Mrs Cth., Barone rd 
Fleming Gav, journalist, 46 Montague st 
Fleming Jms,Ardmillan, 30 Crichton rd 
Fleming Mis, 55 Barone rd 
Fleming Mrs, 24 Ardbeg rd 
Fleming Mrs, 32 Mountpleasant rd 
Flett , 43 Ardbeg rd 
Foot Thms, 9 Chapelhill rd 
Foibes, Henry, 25 Bridge st 
Fordyce John, upholsterer, 17 Montague 

st : 17 High st 
Fordyce Mr.s Margt., 73 High st 
Forfar Miss, Ivy lodge; Bridge st 
Forrest Mrs Grace, Ardbeg rd 
Forrest, Rebecc a, 8 E Princes st 
Forsyth Mrs Jeane, Argyle pi 
Houlds Mrs Eliz M.. 45 Ardbeg rd 
Foulds Mrs Margt., 97 Montague st 
Foulis Robert, mason, 1 Hillhouse rd 
Fowlie Mrs Wltr., Castlegrove, York ter 
Fowlis Miss Agnes S, Eastlands rd 
Fox J, auctioneer, 5 Argyle st 
Fox John, 19 Mill st 
Fox Peter, 7 W. Princes st 
Foy Mrs, 27 Columsbill st 
Franckie, Mrs W M., 26 Argyle st 
Fraser Isabella, 17 Mountstuart rd 
Frasei capt James, 17 Crichton id 
Fraser, Jms, policeman, 11 F Princes st 
Fraser Jim., draper, 1 The Terrace 
Fraser Wm., blacksmith, 4 Mackinlay st 
Fraser , Auchnaeloich rd 
Freckleton Miss Eliz. Wyndham park 
Freckleton Chs. boathirer, Mountstuart 
rd ; ho, 6 Castle st 


Painter and Decorator, 

67 High Street 


Fishmonger and Licensed Dealer in Game, 

117 Montague Street 


Nurserymen and Rose Specialises, 

Shop, 13 High Street. Barone Road 


Grocer and Provision Merchant, 

Orders called for and p.iomptly delivered. 2 Bridgend Street 


Family Bread and Biscuit Baker, 

Cakes made to order. 69 Montague street 

Hot Pies every Saturday Night. 


Ladies' and Children's Outfitter, 

75 Montague Street 

The Stock comprises the Newest and Most Fashionable Goods. 

Customers can always rely on getting the Finest Quality. 



Established 1863. Telephone 89. 5 Gallowgate 


(Successor to John M'Fie tX- SonJ, 

Joiner, Cabinetmaker and Funeral Undertaker, 

House— Achnamara, 14 Marine Plaee. Creek Drive, Ardtaeg 



Freckleton Jms, boathirer, Esplanade ; 

ho, ft Argyle st 
Freebairn, C J, spirit merchant, Guild- 
ford sq and Montague st ; 
Freelanu Mrs Wm, 40 Osborne p 
Friel Hugh, labourer, 161 High st 
Friel Fat,., labourer, 10 Mill st 
Fulton Mrs Eliz., 40 Oiohton rd 
Fulton John, grocer,52 Moutague st; ho, 

Crichton rd 
Fulton John, painter, 8 Gallowgate 
Fulton Mrs Kobert, 5 Argyle st 
Fullerton Mrs Wm., Invergyle, M 'Kin- 
lay st 
Fyfe Andw, 19 Russell st 
Fyfe Mrs Geo, 2 Hillhouse rd 
F.vfe Miss J nn, 13 ' allocate 
Fyfe a IN' ebon, i Mountstuart id 


Galbraith Mrs capt Alx, 16 Hillhouse rd 
Galbraith, Arch, 193 Montague st 
Galbraith Mrs Cath., 77 Montague st 
Galbraith, Mrs Isabella, Royal ler 
Galbraith James, spirit merchant 18 

Castlehill st ; ho, Wyndham pit 
Oalbralth Jms, jun, 47 High st 
Galbraith Rev Geo., 77 Montague st 
Gallacher John, 6a Castle st 
Galbraith Neil, joiner, Russell st 
Galbraith Mr.", Craigmore cot 
Galloway A, 17 Kussellst 
Galloway Edw., solicitor, Montfoid 
Galloway Mrs Ja> e, 8 Towtr st 
Galloway Wm., manufactr., Bogany id 
Galloway Mrs, Montfoid avenue 
Gardiner John, liaibe, 16 "W. Princes 

st ; ho, Fergu>S'in j 1 
Gardiner I'eter, 29 Columshi] st 
Gardner John L, Auchnacloioh rd 
Garry Buchan. Auchnaclo cu rd 
GauitMary, 10 The Teriac, Ardbeg 
Geddes G., 11 The Terrace 
Gedd sGeo. , tailor, Baronerd 
Gedde.s Miss Jant\ 5 Academy ter 
Geddes John, 10 Battery pi 
Geddes, John G., florist, 69 High st; ho 

Crossbill villas 
Gt-ikie Mrs Janet, 17 Bussell st 
Gemmill Mis Hu., 28 Argyle st 
Gemiuell John, ciifinist, 20 Argyle st 

ho, Kenil worth, S Argyle ter 
Gemmill Thins, 19 Stuart st 
Gemmell, Peter .)., Glenhead pi 
Genthman H.. cahnet-mkr, 38 High st 

ho, Mackinlxv st 


Gerrard, David, 5 The Terrace 
Getty Miss Helen, Gowanfield pi 
Ghilhardie Paul, 105 High st 
Gibb D M, Ardmory cot, Ardbeg 
tiibb, Jolm E., engineer, 33 E Princes st 
Gibbs Mrs Margt., 14^ Marine pi 
Gibbon Mrs, 34 Mountpleasant rd 
Gilchrist Mrs Ann, 110 High st 
Gilchrist David, purser, Havelock ter 
Gilchrist Jms. Y., sculptor, 25 Oolums- 

hill st 
Gilchrist John, 18 Colum-hill st 
Gilchrist Robert, 2 Wyndam pk 
Gi Ian I obt., moulder, Wyndham rd 
Gillan Thomas, 70 Ardbeg rd 
Gilian Mrs, Gowanbrae, OoJumshill >c 
Giilan Miss 14 Bridge-end st 
Gillespie, Campbell, 51 Ardbeg rd 
Gillespie J, 2 Eden pi 
'Tillespie Jas, Riversdale, 38 Argyle st 
Gillespie Jms, manager. Palace cinema, 

ho , YVestwood 
Gillespie Wm., 32 Batteiy pi 
Gillies Alex., carpenter, 46 Moutayue st 
Gillies Pug., joiner, Mountpleasant rd 
Gillies Mrs Jiliz. S. ana Miss Mrt. E 37 

Ardbeg rd 
Gillies Mrs Jms., 24 Ladeside st 
Gillies .lohn 2S Montague st 
Gillies P hn, cemetery superintendent, 

Gillies John, ironmonger, 45 Montague 

st ; ho, 19 Argyle st 
Gil'ies Miss, 4 W Castle st 
Gillies Is til, Br^ndane ter 
Cjillhs Mrs Pete*, 36 Ladeside 
Gilmour, Miss C, 5 Victoria st 
(iilmour David, 27 Argyle st 
Gilroy Wm, 19 Store lane 
Glen Mrs B., 3 Hisbop ter 
Glen J, 3 Union st 
Glen Mrs Peter, (ilebe lands 
Gold Mrs Jessie, 4 Via ine pi 
Goldstone Mis, 8 Montague 
Good , Aigyll mansions 
Goodfellow J, 135 High st 
Geodwin John, 2 Hillhouse rd 
Goodwin Mrs Mary, 12 Ardbeg rd 
Gordon, Miss B, Wellparkrd 
Gordon John, 10 the Terrace, Ardbeg 
Gorman , 17 Battery house 

Gotten Wm. 74 Ardbeg rd 
Gourlay Arch., joiner, 17 Bridge st 
Graham Henry, palice office, High st 
Graham Jms., ei gineer, 80 High st 
Giaham Peter, 4 W. Castle st 
Graham Mi-s Kachel, Argyle st 
Granger Miss Janet, 10^ Ardbeg rd 

butf county directory advertisements. 

Hotel Madeira, Temperance, 

Opposite the Band Stand and Putting Greens, 

T. A. Bradbury, Proprietor. 

Alexander Brown, 

Joiner and Funeral Undertaker, 

House Addess—y Bellevue Road. 18 Mill Street. 

Ivy Bank Boarding Establishment 

a. m. Boyd, Proprietor. g Argyle Place, West Bay. 

First -Class Accommodation. Perfect Attendance. Full View of Bav and Surroundings. 

I . 

First- 01 ass Carriages and Motors, 'Phone,i9, 

At J. & A. Martin's, Ltd., 

Stables— Chapelhill Road. 23 East Princes Street 

Bute Temperance Hotel, The Leading Temperance House. 

Every Attention Given to Tourists TTrnnrinrr rlio Ptl'ti Every Home 

and Commercial Gentlemen. llUUUll^ LUC JT ILK, Comfort. 

James McMillan, Proprietor, 

The Central Drapery Warehouse. 
Robert C, Miller & Co., 

Drapers, Furnishers, House and Shipping Agents, 

48 Montague Street 
Freckleton'e Boating Station, on Esplanade, first from Pier 

Motor Boats Sail Round the Bay at Intervals. 

Special Terms for Parties per Hour, Day or Week. 

Rowing 1 Boats from Is per Hour. 



For Concerts, Socials and Show Rooms. 

' -Apply to Alexander Macroxe, Factor, the White House, 20 Montague Street, ■■>• 


Grant A, Cro Beg Ardbeg rd 
Grant James jeweller, 70 Ardbeg rd 
Grant John, warehouseman, 71^Ardbeg 
Grant Peter, baker, 19 Bridge st 
Grant Rbt M, joiner, 16 Mountpleasant r 
Grant Wm., solicitor, 18 Castle st ; ho, 

Meadowbank, Auchnacloich rd 
Grant Wm, 113 High st 
Gray Alx., police sergt, 17a Battery pi 
Cray Mrs Eliz, Bishop terrace br 
Gray Mrs Geortre. 40 Mountpleasant rd 
Gray John, 19 Marine pi 
Gray John, Oakshaw, Argyle pi 
Gray Mrs, A rdmory rd 
Greaves, Edmund, M A. York ter 
Grpen Kdw., gardener, 65 Victoria st 
Grierson l>bt , tailor, 1 Bridge-eudst 
Grieve Miss Rosa, 5 Bishop ter b 
Gribben Miss Ame.. 16.^ Mountstuart rd 
Griftin Francis, 4 Mansefield pi 
Griudley D M, S Columshill st 
Grindley Miss, Argyle Hotel, "Watergate 
Grindley Wm., Columshill st 
Grove Jms., cashier, 5P Mountstuart rd 
Gunn Police sergt Alex. 67 Ardbeg rd 
Guthrie Wm, 17 Wyndham rd 
Guy Miss, 20 Aidbeg rd 


Haddow Miss, 33 Wyndham rd 

Hadley J P, 89 Montague st 

Hagart Rich. B, measurer, 61 Ardbeg rd 

Haggart, Mrs Royal Hotel, Albert pi 

Haggart, Mrs Jessie, 61 Ardbeg rd 

Haig John, blacksmith, 8 Hillhouse rd 

Haig Miss Mary, Seabank buildings 

Haig Thos, 9 Mansefield pi 

Haig Thos., 76 Montague st 

Hair Jms, grocer, 5 Mill st ; 

Hall Mrs Dr Andrew J. Westland rd 

Hall tit James S, 11 Battary pi 

Hall Wm. 3 King st 

Halliday Geo , wood merchant, sawmill, 

Union st; ho, Ardlerag, Academy tt-r 
Halliday Jhn, wood merchant, sawmill, 

Union st ho. Aiddaroch,. Academy ter 
Halliday J., 46 High st 
Halliday Mlcin., contractor. Oak villa, 

Minister's brae 
Hamilton Andrew, West Castie st 
Hamilton John, moulder, 37 Staffa pi 
Hamilton Peter, 22 Argyle st 
Hamilton Wm., inspector, 1 the Terrace 
Hamilton Mrs, 15 Bridge st 
Hance , 5 Bishop ter br 
Hardie Jms., engineer, Clifton, High 


Harding Capt, Chief Constable, County 

Harding, Thos., 31 Staffa pi 
Harleno Mrs, Barone rd 
HarperJohn, 5g Argyle pi 
Harper Rankin, labourer, 3 King st 
Harris Robt., 3 King st 
Harrower I hos, the Terrace, Ardbeg 
Hart Miss Eliz/ 26 Bridge st 
Hart G, 50 Cij cri ton rd 
Hart Mrs Jms. "VVyndh&m rd 
Hart Mrs Mgt. Argyle ter 
Harvey C F M'L, Columshill st 
Harvey, C F M'L, 21 Mountpleasant rd 
Harvey Miss Eliza, nurse, Tay cottage 

Baron e rd 
Harvev Mrs Marv, grocer, 27 Mill st 
Harvey Sam, 112 High st 
Harvey Mrs Tnos. H., farmer, Windy- 

Harvey Wm , barman, 8 Pillhouse rd 
Harvie John, tobaconist. Eastlands 
Hay Mrs A, 3 Academy ter 
Hay John, stationer, Argyle ter 
Hay Miss Margt , 15 Bishop st 
Hayes Peter, Meadowcap 
Heaton Js., spirit merchant, 7 Victoria 

st ; ho, Ardbeg villa 
Heaton James, spirit merchant, 12 Fast 

Princes st ; ho, 17 Battery house 
Heaton Jms, jun, Carna«h, Elysium 
Heaton John, saddler,77 Montague st 
Heaton Mrs Mary, 34 Ardbeg rd 
Heaton Wm. M., printer, 9 Victoria st 
Heaton W M, jun., 11 E Princes st 
Hector Geo., jeweller, 57 Ardbeg rd 
Hemp Win, 1 Orcadia 
Henderson Mrs Helen, 15 Mountstuart rd 
Henderson Mrs James, 163 High st 
Henderson J as, 4 King st 
Henderson Mrs Mary, Bute mansions, E 

Princes st 
Henderson Mrs Rebecca, Auchnacloich rd 
Henderson Miss, High Craigmoro 
Henderson Miss, 4 Dean Hood pi 
Henderson , retired postmaster, L 1/- 

oak ter 
Henderson Mrs, 12 Mountstuart rd 
Hendry Miss Margt., Eden pi 
Henry Archd., Palace buildings 
Henry Mrs Cath., 72 Montague st 
Henry Wm., labourer, 28 Mill st 
Henry, Miss Winifred, 3 Russell st 
Hepburn, J Scrimgeour. writer, Eagles- 
ham, Mountpleasant rd 
Herbert. Mrs A W, Albany ter 
Herd Wm H., 1 King st 

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Heron Mrs John, Havelock ter 
Hewison Eev. James King, M.A., D.D., 

Parish Church manse, Minister's br 
Hicks Geo., chemist and druggist, 2 High 

st and 1 Victoria st ; ho, Krithea, 

Crichton rd 
Higgie George, printer, publisher, short 

hand writer & teacher, and insurance 

agent, 22 Bridge st 
Higgle Misses Helen and Margaret M'L., 

20 Bridge st 
Hill Miss Cath., 6a Glenrosa pi 
Hill Chs., mason, 10 Battery pi 
Hill Miss Flora, 64 Mountstuart rd 
Hill Geo., draper, 78 Montague st ; ho, 

8G High st 
Hill G G, MP S, chemist and druggist, 

64 Montague st 
Hill Miss Jnt., confectioner. Ladeside 
Hill Jack, insurance agent, 3 Barone rd 
Hill, M C, 13 Argyll sc 
Hdl Robt. H, 1 Kus-ell st 
Hill Miss J, M'Nab's hr 
Hill Miss, 6£ Ardbeg rd 
Hill Miss, 7 Garthland, Elysium 
Hill , 11 B Princes st 
Hilton N, seaman, 20 Bridge-end st 
Hislop Robt., 7 Union st 
Hislop Chas, bookbinder, 31 Meadow pi 
Hodge Miss Margt. C, The Terrace 
Hodghton David, 3 Mansefield pi 
Hogan Stephen, 8 Oolumshill st 
Hotjg John, writer, Abercorn 
Hogg, Mrs M K, milliner, 15 Argyle 

ho, 1 Mackinlay s _ , 
Hogarth John, seaman, 13 Bishop st 
Hngarth , 7 Tower sc 
Holmes Miss Agnes C , Montford house 
Holmes Mrs Andrew, 36 E Princes st 
Holmes Miss Isa., Barone rd 
Holmes John, joiner, 83 Montague st 

ho, 3 Brandane ter, Barone rd 
H orn Samuel, 28 Bishop st 
Hosie, Mrs Margt, 17 Bishop st 
Hood John. Sophia cot., Ardbeg 
Hood Robt. H., tailor, Gowanfield pi 
Houston Andrew, Mansefield pi 
Houston, Mrs Eliz. 20 Bishop st 
Houston John, shoemaker, 2 Mill st 

ho, 20 Bishop st 
Houston Mrs Mrgt. M.,27 Mountstuart rd 
Houston Robi., harbourmaster, 2 Mac- 

Kinlay st 
Howard Mrs, Columshill st 
Howie Miss Jnt., 2 Columshill pi 
H owitt Jms . Ardmory rd 
Howitt Mrs Mary, Demerara. Ardbeg rd 
Hughes Jms. . 98 Montague st 


Hughes Stephen, Argyll mansions 
Hume Jms., engineei-, Ardmory rd 
Hunter Archd., of M. & G lnnes, 101 

Montague st : res. Oaklea. 
Hunters nd., blacksmith, 65 Victoria st 
Hunter Miss A., 2 < 'rcadia 
Hunter Mrs Annie Y., 43 Mountstuart rd 
Hunter ChristinJ 6 Hibhouse rd 
Hunter Miss Eliz., Adelaide pi 
Hunter Mrs Isa., Minister's br 
Hunter Jms., blacksmith, 24 Argyle st 
Hunter John R., mason, 11 Castle st 
Hunter John, jun, b'ksmith, 27 Colums- 
hill st 
Hunter Miss Mart , 12a Argyle pi 
Hunter Miss Mart., 1 The Terrace 
Hunter P.W., 34t- Columshill st 
Hunter Robt. A., tailoi', 6 fcstaffa pi 
Hunter Wm., builder, Marionsloa, 

Minister's br 
Hunter Tnos, 31 Barone rd 
Hunter Mrs, 10^ Aidbegrd 
Hutcheon , lad es' furnisher, Gallow- 

gate: ho, Ballocht;oy 
Hutchison Mi^s, 20 Argyle st 
Hyndman And., painter. 4 Minister's br 
Hyndman Dan, slater, 17 Bishop st 
Hyndman Jms , slater, Colbeck pi ; ho, 

3a Victoria st 
Hyndman Jms.. 129 H'gh st 
Hyndman Peter, p c, 2 King st 
Hyndman Robt, 10 the Terrace 
Hyndman R"bt., Colbeck pi 
Hyndman Mrs , restaurateur, Norman 

Stewart Institute, Montague st; ho., 

4 Bishop st 
Hyndman , 96 High st 

Ingram Mrs, 17 Battery pi 

lnnes, Mis Geo., Bruan, Bishop ter 

lnnes, M. & G., furniture dealers, 101 

Montague st 
Irvine, Donald, 7 "West Princes st 
Irvine Joseph, 87 High st 
Irvine Male, 28 Bridge st 
) rvine Mrs Sarah, 4 Bishop st 
Irvine Miss nurse, Eastlands 
] rwin J, 1 King st 
Iversen Fred , 22 Watergate 
Ivory Miss, 17 Battery pi 
Izett Jms. G., Hazelwood, Glebelands 



One minutes walk from Pier. 

Most Beautiful View of the Bay. 

Every Attention given to Families, Tourists and Commercial Gentlemen. 
Parties Boarded by Week. 
Excellent Cuisine and Moderete Tariff. 
'Phone, 115 JOHN LYLE, Proprietor. 


Rothesay Steam Laundry, 


Goods Called for and Delivered by Van. 

Co-Operative Society, LtcL 

Grocers, Bakers and General Merchants. 

Groceries and Provisions of First-Class Quality at City Prices. 

Bread, Smalls and Pastrj — Productions of U.C. B S. Model Bakery at Rothesay. 

BOOTS-— We Stock a Wide Range of the Famous " SHIELDHALL " Make of 

BOOTS and SHOES. Court Shoes, Sand Shoes, Slippers, Wellingtons, a Speciality* 

Is 6d makes you a Member. Share the Benefits by joining. 


Arthur S. Christie, 

Piano. — Organ. ■ — Singing. 

Livorno. Crlchton Road. 

BLAKEY'S HOTEL, and PENSION, Phone, 62, Rothesay. 
(Late Hotel and Pension, now Next Door). at Craigmore Pier. 

Literal Table. Moderate Tariff. S. BLAKEY, Proprietrix. 

First-Class Service, (for 15 years Manageress of the Glasgow Art Club, and 
6 years Proprietrix of Craigmore Hotel & Pension). 


Jack, capt. Wm.. Fatildmcre 

Jack , 29 Barone rd 

Jack , 7 Glenro-a pi 

Jack , insurance agent, 12 Bridge st 

Jackson, Charles villa. Skeoch wood 

Jackson, Dvd., 15 Castle st 

Jackson, Gt. D., Lily oak ter 

Jackson Mrs Flora, Thornhill, Argyle st 

Jackson Mrs Sarah, Inkerman ter 

Jackson, Ths., brassfounder, 5 Argyle pi 

Jackson, Wm H, banker, 43 Ardbeg rd 

Jamieson, A., 20 Bishop st 

Jamioson Arch, 70 Ardbeg rd 

Jamieson Mrs Jeannie. 24 Bishop st 

Jamieson 'Vm, 48 Ladeside st 

Jamieson J., Mansefield pi 

Jamison Matth., electrical engineer, 29 

Victoria st 
Japp David, 7 West Princes st 
Jaivey, Mrs Geo., Post Office buildings, 

Bishop st 
Jeffrey, Alex, fisherman, Gowaabrae 
Jeffrey, Eobert, 4 Hilihouse rd 
Jeffrey Mrs, 8 Hilihouse rd 
Jenkins, Mrs, Bellfield, Barone rd 
Jenkins. Wm., 46 Montague st 
Johnston, Chs, 38 Staffa pi 
Johnston Mrs Dan.,restaurateur,82 Mon- 
tague st : ho, 84 do 
Johnston. Dune, confectioner, Bridgend 

st ; ho, Achnacloich rd 
Johnston, Mrs Eliz., Ill Montague st 
Johnston, Mrs Georgina. tea rooms, 72 

Victoria st ho, 38 Bridge st 
Johnson H, Gallowgate 
Johnston Jms, 9 Chapelhill rd 
Johnston, Mrs Jms, 40 Argyle st 
Johnston Jms, Y, tailor, 31 Columsihll st 
Johnston Wm., Delhi House, 19 Craig - 

more rd 
Johnston Wm, 109 Montague st 
Johnston, Mrs, Castlehill st 
Johnston, Miss, Castlehill st 
Johnston Wm, 24 Mill st 
Johnstone, Miss Agnes, 29 Barone rd 
Johnstone, Hugh, joiner, Barone rd 
Johnstone Jms, 10 the Terrace 
Johnston , Jn. D. tinsmith, 37 Staffa pi 
Jones, Mrs Mrgt, 18 Battery pi 
Jones John, butcher, 79 High st ; ho, 5 

Mansefield pi 
Jones Mrs, 11 Columshill st 
Joyce John, gardener, Wvndham rd 
Joyce, Mrs Margt, 14 Ardbeg rd 


Kane Mrs Harriet, Adeliide pi 
Xay, Mrs Ann. 22 Argyle st 
Kay Misses, 52 Mov ntstuai t rd 
Kay, Mrs Jms., Barone cottage 
Kean , 17 Battery pi 
Kean Wm, insurance agent, 15 High st 
Keith, Mrs Jms, restaurateur, 15 Mon- 
tague st ; ho 8 do 
Keith, John, storeman, 4 Mill st 
Keith Neil, fishesman, 8 Mill st 
Keith Mrs, Guildfoid sq 
Kell John, baker. 30 Ladeside 
Kell Wm, 74 High st 
Kelly, Dan., carpenter, 36 Staffa pi 
Kelly Thos., coachman, 5 Victoria st 
Kemp 1), 83 High st 
Kendall Thos , Abbotsford, Barone rd 
Kennedy, A., 87 High st 
Kennedy Ach., ret. shipmr., 22 Colmsl s 
Kennedy And, 7 W Princes st 
Kennedy Ang, cabman, 22 Columshill s 
Kennedy David, Gowanfield pi 
Kennedy, Duncan. 5 Mansefield pi 
Kennedy, Jms., shipmaster, 13 Marine pi 
Kennedy, Mrs My., 13 Marine pi 
Kennedy, Mrs, 16 Castlehill st 
Kennedy Mrs, 36 Columshill st 
Kenneth, W B, fruiterer, 79 Montague 

st ; ho, Cordale, Ardbeg rd 
Ker, Miss Agnes, 12 Marine pi 
Kernahan H, 1 the Terrace, Ardbeg 
Kerr, Bernard, 16 High st 
Kerr B, 17 Bishop ft 
Kerr, Mrs C, 1 and 2 Wimbleton 
Kerr Donald, 27 Bridge st 
Kerr, Miss Grace, Springbank 
Kerr Hu., coachman, 13 E Princes st 
KerrHu., grocer, Abbotsford, Barone r 
Kerr, Mrs Hugh S. 1 Mountpleasant rd 
Kerr, James, seedsman, 16 Mountpleas- 

ant rd 
Kerr Jms M. , Hilihouse rd 
Kerr, Mrs Mgt., nurse 17 Bridge st 
Kerr, Mrs, 26 Argyle st 
Kerr Miss, 11a Gallowgate 
Kerr Miss, 4 Hilihouse rd 
Kerr, Mrs, Seabank buildings 
Kershaw Miss, Ardmory rd 
Killoch, Mrs Wm.. lointhouse ;rescent 
Kilpatrick John, 11 The Terrace 
Kinchin, John T., heritor, 15 Craigmora 
King Cha-, 12 the Terrace 
King David, 2 Academy ter 
King Geo G, 41 Victoria st 
Kippen, Jms. M., heritor, Ardmory rd 


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Kirk, Win., 71 £ Ardbeg rd 
Kirkhope,Wm., sculptor, Townhead 
Kirkland Ach.. solicitor. 60 Crichton id 
Kirkland Miss Eliz., 17a Battery house 
Kirkland , Red House, Craigmore 

Knight, Geo, Hillhouse rd 
Kitkwood, Dvd., cartwrigl.t, 111 High 

st lio, 5 Union st 
Kiikwood, Miss Jessie, 8 Montague s + . 
Kirkwood, Thms., 21 Mountpleasant rd 
Kirkwood , 13 Argyle pi 
Knox, Dune, boatman, 8 E. Princes si 
Knox, James, painter, 77 Montague st 
Knox, Miss, Fealte. Crichton rd 
Kyle, J., Marine pi 

Laidlaw, Mrs. dairykeeper, 11 Bishop st 
liaird, Mrs Eliz., High Craigmore 
Laird mis Isa, 86 Ardbeg rd 
1 iamb Alex. 3 Russell st 
1 amont, Miss Chris., 37 K Princes st. 
Limont, Daniel, gas inspector, 48 Ard- 
beg rd 
Lamont, Dan., jun., grocer, 2 Bellvue, 

Baron e rd 
Lamont Dan , plumber, 3 Mansefield pi 
Lairont, Mrs Don., I Bellvue Barone rd 
Lamont, Mrs Tsabella, 141. High st 
Lamont, J., Windsor pi 
Lamont, John, baker, 23^ Gallowgate ; 

ho, 23 Gallowgate 
Lamont John, Y baker, 67 Montague st; 

ho, Gowanbrae 
Lamont Norm., boat-hirer, Windsor pi 
Lamont, Norm, jr, janitor, Chapelhill 
Lamont, Wm., gardener, 163 High st 
Lang, And , ironmonger, 22 Columshili s 
Lang , Craigard, Craigmore 
Laughton, Mrs C, 7 Wyndham rd 
Lauder Alex. H , Braemar. Academy rd 
Lauder Dn F, mechanic, 19 Montague s 
Lauder, Hugh, jeweller, 8 Albert pi; ho, 

1 Crichton >-d 
Lauder Miss Jane, Ballochgoy 
Lauder, Mr" Maria, 3 Stuart st 
Iauder, Robt., draper 7 Alber* pi 
Lauder, Mrs Wm., joiner, 1 Belle vue rd 
Lawrie, John, 9 Minister's br 
I iawrie, Johr. M, Carlowrie, Academy r 
Lawrie, T, ironmonger, 31 Watergate ; 

ho, Glebelands 
Lawsor, Dvd restaurateur, Victoria st 
Lawson, Mrs Dvd., Ivy Bank, Bridge st 
Lawson, Jms. Burnet, m.d., 1 Battery pi 
Lavson, Wm J, 59 Mountstuart rd" 


Leadbeater Mrs Cath, 36 Bridge st 

Leckie, Jms, slater, 9 Bishop st 

Leckie, Wm. M.. slater, 31 Bridge st 

Lee, Chas, Store lane 

Lees Roht., tobacconist, 51 High st 

Leggat, Mis, 30 Battery pi 

Leigh John, R n, 5 Bridge st 

Leighton, Wm., clerk, 52 Ardbeg rd 

Leitch, Alex, 22 Russell st 

Leitch Dune, carpenter, Wyndham rd 

Leitch, Geo, 17* Bishop st 

Leitch, Henry, restaurateur, i Argyle st 

ho, Academy rd 
Leitch, Jms., carter, 82 High st 
Leitch John, 21 Russell st 
Leitch Prof , the Gables, Crichton rd 
Lennox, Mrs A. F., 22 Uallowgate 
l.iddle Ann, A Castle st 
Lindsay, Mrs Agnes 4 W Castle st 
Lindsay Matth, 29 Columshili st 
Lindsay Mrs, 11 Mountpleasant rd 
Lister, Mrs Alex., Ciutha vil, Barone rd 
Li3ter And., Auchnacloich rd 
Little. Mrs riobt, 27 Argyle st 
Livie Jms, retrd. police insp., Ardbeg 
Livingstone, Alex., 3 Hussell st 
Livingstone, Miss Jane, Arthurlie, 

Mountpleasant r 1 
Livingstone, Ptr, p. constable, Colbeckp 
Livingstone Rich., saddler. 14 Castlehill 

st ; ho, 47 High ct 
Livingstone Robt, 103 High st 
Livingstone, Wm, teacher, 15 Bridge st 
Lockhart, Mrs Margt.,2 King st 
Lockhart, John, 87 Ardbeg rd 
Lockhart, W., Columshili st 
Locknart Mrs, Arddarroch, Academy rd 
Logan Hu., insurance agent, 18 Ardbeg r 
Longmuir J. 5 Argyle 
Lornie Mrs, 5 Mountpleasant rd 
Love, Jms. D. K., motorman, Gowanlea, 

Columshili st 
Lowe Miss Jane, 41 Argyle ter 
Lowrie Wm, 3 Mill st 
Lowther T'hos L, 17a Battery house 
Lugton, Wm., seaman. 2 Mnister's br 
Lusk, Miss Cth., 27 Bridge-end st 
Lyle Miss Helen, 16 Mill st 
Lyle, John, Lome Hotel, Guildford sq 
Lyle, Hobt., builder, Townhead 
Lyle, Miss, Townhead 
Lyle, Mrs Martha, Auchnacloich rd 
Lyle, Misses, George Temperance Hotel, 

Argyle 3t 
Lyle Miss Nellie, 16 Castle st 
Lyle, Wm., chemist and druggist, 13 E. 

Princes st ; ho, The Nook, Auchna- 
cloich rd 



Lyon, Miss Eliz.. 48 Mountstuart rd 
Lyons, Francis, labou-er, 21 Russell st 
Lyons Jms, 42 Ardbes: rd 
Lyons John, 7 Columshill pi 
Lyons, Miss Louisa, 5^ Gallowgate 


Mair, Mrs M, 67 Barone rd 

Mair Wm, 94 High st 

Maitland Andw., tailor, 5 Bishop ter 

Maitland Mrs Oath., 12 Crossbill villas, 

Maitland Misses Eliz and Ann, 5 Bishop 

Maitland Geo., gasfitter. 1 Ladeside 
Maitland John, carter, 11 Mill st 
Maitland Joseph, grocer, 62 Montague 

st ; ho, Crossbill villas 
Maitland Mrs Thos , 60 High st 
Maitland "Wm, 16 King st 
Malcolm Arch., 4 King - st 
Malcolm Bbt., cabman. 22 Watergate 
Maltman Mrs Arch., 24 Mill st 
Maitland Mrs Thos , 129 Higb st 
Maltman Ths. M, steward, 30 Bishop st 
Mann Wm, 18 Gallowgate 
Mann, W M, warehouseman Olenlee 
Manners , Hillside. High Craigmore 
Marsh Chs , painter, 20 Russell st 
Marshall Prof. Dvd. H, 21 Ardbeg rd 
Marshall John N., M.D., 7 Battery pi 
Marshall Bbt, 4 West Castle st 
Marshall Wltr., baker, 36 Columshill st 
Martin, Geoige, Auchnncloich rd 
Martin Miss Jessie, 67 Mouni stuart rd 
Martin John & Alex., carriage hirers, 

21£ East Princes st & Chapelhill rd 
Martin Alex, (above firm), 2 Chapelhill 

Martin J. 10 Columshill pi 
Martin, Jms., Palace buildings 
Martin Thos. J., m.a , Sheriff-Substi- 
tute, Auchenross. Craigmore 
Martin Thms, plasterer, 86 Ardbeg rd 
Martin Miss, nurse, 26 Meadow pi 
Martin , joiner, Havelock ttr 
Martin , 2 Montford ter 

Mason Mrs, Braemar 
Masterton J. L., Bank of Scotland, 

Guildford sq ; res, Crichton rd 
Mason Dvd., retired, 30 Mountplea«ant 
Mathers Walter, house furnisher, 3 

Gallowgate and 3 Bridge st ; ho, 2 do 
Mathers, , Mansefield pi 

Mathieson ?Rev Charles, ( 'richton rd 
Mathieson John., 11 Bridgend st 


Maxwell Alex M'L, Bishop ter br 
Maxwell Mrs Ifobina, 8 Montague st 
Maxwell Samuel, 17 Gallowgate 
Maxwell Wm., J P, heritor, Ardmory id 
Maxwell Miss Alderwood, 2 Craigmore 
May Mrs. 26 Castle st 
Mearns Mrs Chris B., 37 Barone rd 
Meikle Arch., steamboat agent, Quay ; 

ho, Invergyle, 4 JVIackinlay st 
Meikle Miss Helen. 17 Bridge st 
Meldrum Wm., chemist and druggist, 43 

Victoria st; bo, Thistlebank, Argyle tr 
Nelvin Mrs, 12 the Terrace 
Menzies Mrs Eliz., Wyndham pk 
Middleton John, 2 Bridge st 
Middleton , 133 High st 
Middleton Mrs, 17 Bishop st 
Millar Mrs Andw. M. grocer, 1 Argyle sn 

ho, Argyll mansions 
Millar Mrs Eliz., 12 The Terrace 
Millar Miss Jess : e and Sarah, York ter 
Millar Wm. 83 Montague st 
Millar Wm C, Cruden, Bishop ter 
Millar Mrs, Glenheid, Ballochgoy 
Miller And, 4 Mans-field pi 
Miller Mrs Ann, 25 Staff a pi 
Miller Mrs Cth., 21 Columshill st 
Miller, Oapt. George, 52 Crichton rd 
Miller, Hannah, 4 Battery pi 
Miller Mrs Isa.. 36 E Princes st 
Miler Jms., slater, Craigagnil 
Miller Jms., slater, of J Miller & Sons, 

Columshill st; ho, Argyle ter 
Miller Jms., s'ater, High st 
Miller, Jms H., 17 Battery pi 
Miller John, 2 Hillhouse rd 
Miller John, 22 Watergate 
Miller Mrs Mary, 3 The Terrace 
Miller Miss Margt., 13 Mountstuart rd 
Miller Mrs Neil, 2 Hillhouse rd 
Miller Peter, slater, Ambrisbeg 
Miller Robert C, draper, 48 Montague 

st ; ho, Alma ter 
Miller Wm., chimy. sweeper, 13 Stuart s 
Miller Wm, slater. 27 Argyle st 
Miller Miss, 33 Ardbegr rd 
Miller Miss, Barone villa 
Miller Miss, 8 Elysium 
Millhouse Mrs L. Hilhouse 
Milligan Miss hliz., 34 Argyle st 
Milligan Mrs, Eastlands 
Mi'ls, John S., 27 High st 
Milne, John, 84 Montague st 
Milne Misses, 44 Crichton rd 
Mincher Joseph, ironworker, 1C Terrace 
Mitchell Mrs A ndw. , 20 Crichton rd 
Mitchell Miss Cecilia W, 31 Crichton rd 
Mitchell Geo, chemist, 3 Bishop st 



Mitchell, Wm., burgh woiker, Colums- 

hill sr. 
Mitchell Wm., 2 Dean Hood pi 
Mitchell, Miss, Edgermont, 9 Brighton tr 
Moffat Mrs Helen. 19 Store In 
Moffat Mrs Helen, Ardmorv rd 
Moffat Michael, 103 High st 
Monaghan Thos., postman, 26 Ardbeg r 
Money Miss 10 Mansefield pi 
Monie, Mrs Peter, Glenbeg, Ardbeg rd 
Montgomerie, And, 11 Mountpleasnt id 
Montgomerie Arch., auctioneer, Albeit 

pi; ho, Amisfield, Barone rd 
Montgomerie Miss A. B., 49 Barone rd 
Montgomerie Bros, butchers, 13 Albert p 
Montgomerie Miss Kllen, 17 Gallowgate 
Montgomerie, Frank, Barone rd 
Montgomerie Mrs Kate, 1 Ardbeg rd 
Montgomerie Mrs Margt. , 47 Barone rd 
Montgomerie, Wm R, Barone rd 
Moodie Miss Cath., Mountstuart rd 
Moodie Wm, veterinary surgeon, Water- 
gate; ho, 19 Mountstuta't rd 
Moore Mrs Ann, 13 Gallowgate 
Moore J, 16 Hillhouse rd 
Moore Miss Marjory, Wyndhampk 
Moore Mrs W, Broomhill, Montford 
Moore Mrs," 16 Castlehill st 
Morgan I >vd , insur. agent, 19 Ardbeg r 
Morison Mrs Chiistina, 32 Marine pi 
Morris, Mrs Helen. 16 Hillhouse rd 
Morris James, bake>, 35 Barone rd 
Morris Mrs Mary, 37 Mountstuart rd 
Morris, Mrs Mary, 7 < Victoria st 
Morris Wm., fisherman 25 Mountpleas- 

ant rd 
Morris , 27 Marine pi 

Morrison Alex. 17 E Princes st 
Morrison Alex., Battery pi 
Morrison Archd., hairdresser, 92 Mon- 
tague st ; ho, 3 King st 
Morrison Ach., plumber, Stewart villa 

Barone rd 
Morrison Bros., plumbers, Watergate 
Morrison Mrs Isa., Barone rd 
Morrison Jms, j. lumber, Barone rd 
Morrison Miss, 5 Argyle st 
Morrison John, Hazlecliff, boa Ardbeg 
Morrison John, upholsterer, 1 King st 
Morrison John, ti Watergate 
Morrison Mrs M C, Ellonsdale, Upper 

Morrison Bobt., joiner, Chapelhill 
Morrison Thos., joiner, &c, 4 btuart st; 

ho, Mountpleasant rd 
Morrison Wm., 98 Montague st 
Morton John B., draper, 29 Barone rd 
Moss, Fred, 47 Watergate 


Motley Mrs, 5 Mountstuart rd 

Mowat. Peter M., tailor and clothier, 7 

Bishop st; ho, 5 Crossbill villas 
Muat George, baker, 81 Victoria st and 

15 Tower st ; li", 18 Argyle pi 
Muir, Annie. 9 Bishop st 
Muir Mrs Chris., Ahbotsford, Barone rd 
Muir Chs , baker, 17 High st, T" Argyle 

st; ho, Ardnamara, Academy id 
Muir Colin K, postman, 11 Mansefield p 
Muir 1), 3 Gallowgate 
Muir Hu , bus driver, Staffa pi 
Muir Jms, 72 Battery pi 
Muir Miss Janet, 5 Argyle pi 
Muir J, 11 Mansefied pi 
Muir, Mrs Mary, 17 Gallowgate 
Muir, Mis Matilda, Thornhill, Argyle pi 
Muir R, 16 Mansefield pi 
Muir Thos, 22 Bridge st 
Muir Mrs. 8 Kast Princes st 
Muirh"ad Thos., Silverknowe, 57 Crich- 

ton rd 
Mumo Arch, Plantation via, Argyle ter 
Munro John '^., shopman, 52 Ardbeg rd 
Munsie Mrs F]iz, 113 High st 
Muir Wm. C, draper, 19 Montague st 

ho, Ahbotsford tfarone rd 
Murdoch Ang., shomkr., 24 Watergate ; 

ho, 9 Castle st 
Murdoch John, plumber, 7 Mansefield 

Mure Robt. M, 7 Wvndham r 1 
Murray Miss Ann, 60 High st 
Murray Aud. joiner, 17j Marine pl 
Murray Mrs Cecilia, 13 Argfyld pl 
Murray, Mis Cath 7 Mill st 
Murray Den. C. & Son, painters, 86 

Montague st 
Murray M's Eliz., 11 Mansenebl pl 
Mu.Tay Johr, he itor, Eastlands rd 
Murray lrfrt, Maiy, 17 Marine p 
Murray Thos., jo ner, Bellevue rd 
Murray Wm, 9 Bishop st 
Murray Wm.. joiner. 36 Columshill st 
Murray Mrs. Mountpleasant 
Mutch, Jh W, postman, 66 Montague st 
Mylne Miss Mrgt. M., 73 Ardbeg rd 


McAleese J. F , tobacconist, 4 Gallow- 
gate; ho. 6 Academvter 
McAlpine Duncan, 2 Chapelhill rd 
McAlpine Ths., labourer, 103 High st 
McAlpine , 25 Columshill st 
Mc^iravy Jas, Healtheries, Canada h 11 
McArravy Mrs, Marlborough, Battery pi 


McAra miss Chris. 25 Crichton rd 
McAra, , Dunara, 3 Brighton ter 
McArthur Miss Chis., Fir wood 
McArthur D. 4 Minister's br 
McArthur Mrs Dan., 1 Columshill pi 
McArthur Don., gardener, 18 Ladeside 
McArthur Ed., postman, 94 High st 
McArthur Jms., music teacher, Wood- 
McArthur Jrns, 2 Ladeside 
McArthur Miss Mary, 2 Crai;»more rd 
McArthur Peter A, draper, 10 Albert p; 

ho, Alma ter 
McArthur Robt; 4 Mountpleasant rd 
McArthur Wm., slater, 10 Columshill st 
McAulay Mrs, Kden pi 
McAulay Mrs Mary, 1 Columshill pi 
McAulay Mrs Mary, 26 Mnuntstuart rd 
McAuslan \V T m. A., inland revenue ofcr., 
Barone rd 

McBamet Mrs, 19 Ariryle st 

McHirtiie Ths , Woodview, Glebelands 

McBride AS, J P, Carmondthu, East- 

McBride Jms., joiner, John st; ho, Cliff 
cot.. High Craigmore 

McBride Mrs Mary J«ne, Hi. Craigmore 

McBride Rbt., b'acksmith, John st ; ho, 
Summerlee, Hi. Craigmore 

McBride, Peter, 52 Montague st 

Mc n all Malcolm, Brandaae ter 
McCallum Adm, baker and confectioner 

10 & 50 Montague st ; ho, 2 Bishop ter 
McCallum Miss Ann, Batter}^ pi 
McCallum Mrs Ann. Holyrood, Barone r 
McCallum Miss Cath., 58 Crichton rd 
TVlcCallum, Mrs Colin. 4 Mountpleasant r 
McCallum Mrs Jane, 8 Battery pi 
McCallum Donald of John McCallum & 

Son, joiners, 50 High st; ho, Barone r 
McCallum Duncan, Ardbeg 
McCallum John, banker, Savings bank, 

7 Castie st ; ho, Elderslie, Serpentine 
McCallum Mrs Mary, 74 Ardbeg 
McCallum Mrs L\eil, grocer. 96 Montague 

st; ho, 84 do 
McCallum iNeil, 16 Hillhousf rd 
McCallum 'Ihos., blacksmith, 9 Mill st 
McCallum Wm., 3 King st 
McCallum Mrs 4 Columshill pi 
McCallum , nurse, 13a E. Princes st 
McCarthy Miss Alice, ladies' furnisher, 

21 & 59 Montague st ; ho, Clan rilla, 

Bridge st 
McClure Aex, Gowanfieldpl 
McClure Miss Jessie., 18 Battery pi 


McColl Mrs Hugh, 37 E. Princes st 
McColl Mrs Jms. , 33 K. Princes st 
McColl Peter, jun., Meadow pi 
McComish , 7 W Princes st 
McConnechy , Ballochgny 
McConnechy Miss Mrt, nurse, 17 Mount- 
pleasant rd 
McConnell Miss Chris., ladies' outfitter, 
21 & 59 Montague st ; ho, Clan villa. 
Bridge st 
Conn ell John. 9 Chapelhill rd 
McC<>rd Mrs John, Craigielea, Ardbpg 
McCord Robt., mason, Albert mansions- 
McCormick Sam., mason, 5 Bridge st 
McCormick , 41 Watergate 
McCra Miss, Craigm»re 
McCrae Miss Jane, 21 Argyle st 
McCree Miss, Montford cot 
McCready John, 5 Bridge st 
McCready, Mrs , 83 Montague st 
McCready John, 12 Bridge st 
McCreath Mrs, 6 Hillhousf rd 
McCrindle Robt, 29 Ardbeg gd 
McCristal John, Minister's Brae 
Macrone Alex., draper, Whitehou«e, 

Montague st ; Glenburn cot 
Macrone Jms., draper, Townhead 
Macrone Miss Jeannie, Barone rd 
McCrone John, tailor, Bishop ter br 
McCrone Miss, teacher, 47 High st 
McCrudeo, Jms, 8 Mansefield pi 
McCuaig, Mrs 31 Columshill st 
McCulloch 46 Ardbeg rd 

McCulloch, Mrs Hugh P, Abbotsford, Ba- 
rone rd 
McCulloch Jms, flesher, Bellevue, Bat- 
tery pi 
McCulloch John, 21 Battery pi 

McDade Mrs Atones, 20 Marine pi 
McDermott Sam., 103 High st 
McDonald Alex , Victoria villa, Barons 

McDonald Miss Cth., 56 Ladeside 
McDonald Hu., 52 High st 
McDonald J., 8 Mill st 
McDonald Jms, 3 Russell st 
McDonald John, gardener Ardencraig 
McDonald John, stoker, High st 
McDonald John, teacher, 18 Mouni- 

pleasant rd 
McDonald John, writer, Ascog 
McDonald Mrs Jn, newsagent, Bridgend 

st ; ho, 11 Columshill st 
McDonald wiss Margt, High Craigmore 
McDonald Mrs Mary, 16 Hillhouse rd 
McDonald. Peter, 41 Victoria st 
McDonald Ronald, Clifton, Argyle pi 



McDonald Miss, 31^ Ardbei: rd 
McDonald Mrs, 31 Columshill st 
McDonald Miss, J 7a Battery pi 
McDonald , K Princes st 

McDougall Miss Agnes, dairykeeper, 1 

McDougall Alex, Westwnod, Argyle tr 
M'Dougall Mrs Ann, 2 Chapelhil! rd 
McDougall Dan., carrier. 22 Watergate 
McDongs.ll Dn., shipmaster, 21 Argyle 

McD<n>gall Miss Janet, Park pl 
McDougall John Rosehill, Academy rd 
McDougall John, teacher, Montford 
McDougall Mis- J Kainy, 24 Argyle st 
McDougall, J, 71 Victoria st 
McDougall Misses, Montford house 
McDougall Mary, Palace buildings 
McDougall Ts. i'.U overseer, 1 Ciossliill 

villas, Glebelands 
McDougall Miss, Fearnoch, High Craig- 

McDougall mis, 35 Wyndham rd 
McDowell, Miss Janet, 87 Ardbeg rd 

McElhaw , Park place. Bridge st 
McEwan M' s Annie, 98 Montague st 
McEwan .Miss Catli., Ardbeg 
McEwan Colin, 5 the Terrace 
McEwan l>un., Glebelands 
McEwan Dune, Holyroorl 
McEwan John, organist, Rosehill 
McEwan Major, Birchwood, Glebelanos 

McFadyen John, gardener, 10 Terrace 
McFadyen M, 15a Marine pl 
McFarlane A, confectioner, 24 Bishop s 
McFarlane Mrs Annie, 2G Argyle st 
McFarlane Arch, gardener, 4 Colbeck pl 
McFarlane Miss Cth., Aidmory rd 
McFarlane Miss E A D, 31 Battery pl 
McFarlane G. , boat-hirer, 12 Bridge st 
McFarlane H, 74 High st 
McFarlane Miss Margt, Osborne pl 
McFarlane Miss Mary, 10^ Ardbeg rd 
McFarlane Robt., inspector of postmen, 

8 Argyle st 
McFarlane Sam., grocer, 9 Gallowgate ; 

ho., ]1 Bridge st 
McFarlane Stwt., blacksmith, 99 Ardbeg 
McFarlane nr Wm. , liastlands rd 
McFarlane , Bellavue, Battery pl 
McFarlane , cottage, Wimbletoti 
McFeat John, E. Princes st 
McFie Arch, burgh worker, Eden pl 
McFie Don., tailor, 36 Bishop sc 
McFie Jms., florist, 34 E Princes st 
McFie Jms, 83 Montague st 


McFie Misses Janet & Sarah, Thornhill, 

Argyle pl 
McFie John, 3 Bishop t'r br 
McFie John, carter, 19 Castle st 
McFie Robt, house painter, 05 High st ; 

ho, Inkerman ter 
McFie Rbt., 30 Castle st 
McFie Mrs Sarah, Palace buildings, 24- 

E. Princes st 
McFie ^Ym, carter, 16 Mill st 
McFie Wm, joiner, 47 Ardbeg rd 
McFie Wm., joiner, Croft lodge 
McFie Mrs, 4 Mountpleasant rd 

McGallaglay Cornelius, pawnbroker, 

Bellevue rd 
McGarrity Mrs, 16 High st 
McGarrity, Wm., 22 East Princes st 
McGaw Alex., joiner, Mountpleasant rd 
McGeachy Misses, 43 Barone rd 
McGee John, motorman, 21 Russell st 
McGilivary Arch, farmer, Eastlands 
McGilivary Mrs Chris., 2 Mansefield pl 
McGilvary Duncan, 64 High st 
McGilvary Malcolm, plasterer, 2 Manse- 

field pl 
McGilivary Hector, 16 Hillhouse rd 
McGilvary John, compositor, Hazleton 

Barone rd 
McGilvary Neil, farmer. Eastlands 
MGilp, Daniel, carrier, 3 Tower st ; ho, 

Bishop ter 
McGilp Dan jun, 5 Bishop ter br 
McGinnes, Stewart villa, Barone rd 
McGlashan Mrs Pete, 6 Hillhouse rd 
McGlashan , Gowanfield pl 

McGovern John, J25 High st 
McGowan Jms., painter, 44 Argyle st 
McGowan, 1 achlan, 103 High st 
McGowan Mrs Mary, 22 Watergate 
McGowan Mrs Kobt., 38 Argyle st 
McGowan, Kbt., cabman, 37 Bridge st 
McUrandles Jms., 106 High st 
McGregor Hectr, flesher, 14 Bridgend st 
McGregor Wm. , saddler. 91 Ardbeg rd 
McGugan Mrs Dan., 59 Ardheg rd 
MaGuire , fisherman, 19 High Et 

McGuireThos., blacksmith, 19 Castle st 
McGuire Jms, 19 Castle st 
McGuire Mrs, broker, 31 Mill st 
McGurk Mrs 11, Albert pl 

Mcjlroy Jms., stoker, 76 Montague st 
Mcllroy Wm, mason, 19 Store In 
Mcllroy Mrs, 5 Bishop terrace brae 
Mcllroy . 25 Bridge st 
Mclnnes Mrs Eliz., Wyndham rd 
Mcintosh B, 28 Montague st 


McTntosh Mrs Angus, 27 High st 
Mcintosh uon., engineer, Pointhousecr 
Alclntosh Mrs Isa., Oxenford, Barone rd 
Mcintosh Jms, joiner. 40 Bishop st 
Mcintosh Mrs Magt., 177 High st 
Mcintosh, Mrs Rachel. 6 Watergite 
Mcintosh Mrs Stuart, 22 Craiguiore rd 
Mcintosh Mrs 4 Manseh'eld pi 
Mcintosh Miss, 2 Orcadia 
Mclntyre Alex., 14 Staffa pi 
Maclntyre Mrs Alister, Bellevue, Marine 

Mclntyre Chas., 98 Montague st 
Mclntyre David, 22 Watergate 
Mclntyre Jms., flesh er, 81 Montague st 
McTntyre John, 17 Battery pl 
Mclntyre John, 2 the Terrace, Ardbeg 
Mclntyre John, Pointhouse crescent 
Mclntyre John, 54 Lade.-ide 
Mclntyre Mrs Jn., Marine pi 
Mclntyre Mrs Mai., 2.3 Barone rd 
Mclntyre Mrs Marg ., 41 Victoria st 
Mclntyre Mrs, Cnderciiffe 
Mclntyre Mrs, 27 Bridge st 
Mclsaac Mry Ann, 48 Argyle st 
McCver Jms., boat hirer, 15 Argyle pl 
Mclver Neil, quarrier, Broad cioft 
McKay Arch.. 45 Watergate 
McKay Charles, tailor, 39 Victoria st ; 

ho, 42 Mountpleasant rd 
McKay Chas. jun, insurance agent, 30 

Castle st 
McKay Misses Eliz. & Isa., Java house, 

Crichton id 
McKay Mrs John, 34 Mill st 
McKay Mrs John, farmer, Barone park 
McKay, Kenneth, Sea bank buildings 
McKay Miss Magt,., 9 Kir Buildings 
McKay Neil, 21 Columshill st 
McKay Wm., compositor Kir buildinge, 

Chapelhill rd 
McKay Wm., steward, 9 High st 
McKay Wm.. Minister's br 
McKay Mrs, 22 Staffa pl 
McKean Mrs M B, Holyrood, Barone rd 
McKechnie Mrs Magt. , 4 Hillhouse rd 
McKechnie Mrs John, Gowanueld pl 
McKechnie, Mrs Margt, 17 Bishop st 
McKellar Mrs Agnes, 26 Argyle st 
McKellar Chas., plasterer, 55 Ardbeg rd 
McKellar Duncan, shipping agent and 

contractor. Victoiia villa, Barone rd 
McKellar Hector, shipping agent and 

contractor, Springbank, Chapelhill rd 
McKellar Husrh, draper, 70 Ardbeg rd 
McKellar John., 38 Bishop st 
McKellar Mrs Margt., 43 Ardbeg rd 


McKellar Mrs Margt.. 90 Montague st 
McKellar Mrs Pettr, Burnbtnk ter 
McKellar, Rebecca, 13 K. Princes st 
McKellar Robt, 4 Mansefield pl 
McKellar Robt., 33 Crichton rd 
Mclvelvie Wm., labourer, 2 John st 
LVlcKer.drick Walter, sheriff officer, 29 

Watergate ; ho, 15 Castle st 
McKendrick Wm, travlr., 27 Ardbeg rd 
McKendry Ach , 7 Union st 
McKenzie Don. 1 Union st 
McKenzie Mrs Eliz., 26 Ardbeg rd 
McKenzie Robert S., Rothesay steam 

laundry, Bridge st ; ho., Crossbill vis 
McKenzie Mrs May, 4 Columshill pl 
McKenzie Murdoch, publisher, Hxprexs, 

11 Montague st ; ho., Seafoith, Crich- 
ton rd 
McKenzie R., 16 Windsor pl 
McKenzie Thomas, 23 Bridgend st 
McKenzie Miss, Mountstuart id 
McKenzie, Mis, Carlton, Battery pl 
McKenzie Miss matron, Robertson 

Stewart hospital, High st 
Mackie Janet, J S Battery pl 
Mackie R, Kir buildings, Chapelhill rd 
Mackie, Thomas, Mouncple isant 
McKillop Mrs Ann, 27 E. Princes st 
McKillop, Miss, 16 Castle st 
McKim Mis Helen, 33 Argyle st 
McKinlay A. M.. architect, 6 Castle st 

ho, Inkerman ter, Ballochgoy 
McKinlay Miss M, 32 Battery pl 
McKinlay Misses Margt. and Marianne. 

Eernycrag, 12 Crichton rd 
Mackinlay R. A, Fernycra-', Crichton rd 
MeKinnou Chs., boilermaker, 10 Marine 

P 1 
McKinnon Daniel, mute, 15 High st 
Mackinnon James, accountant. 11 Albert 

pl ; ho, Royal ter 
McKinnon Mrs John, grocer, 6 Montague 

st ; ho, Barone rd 
McKinnon Mrs Marion, 44 Argyle st 
McKinnon Sarah, 3 l.ogiepl 
McKinnon Mrs, Lilyoak ter 
McKinnon Mrs, Meadow rentage 
McKinnon Mr-, 33 Victoria st 
McKinnon, Mrs Janet, 17 Bishop st 
McKinven, D., insurance agnt, 15 
McKirdv Mrs Georgina, Fersnisson pl 
McKirdy Mrs Hugh. Mackinlay st 
McKirdy Jms., 18 Russell st 
McKirdy Jhn, blacksmith, 18 Russell st 
M»ckirdy Taggart, coal merchant, 34 

BUhop st 

McLachlan Mrs Agnes, 12 Argyle st 



McLachlan Alex. T., 42 Bishop st 
McLachlan Arch., 2(3 Cclumshill st 
McLachlan Camp., porter, 2 Mill st 
McLachlan Dan., 5 Bridge st 
McLachlan Dug., labourer. 3 Stuart st 
McLachlan Duer, 2 Mountstuart rd 
McLachlan Mrs Duncan, 19 High st 
Maclac hlan John, hatter, 67 Moi.t ague 

st ; ho, Auchnacloich rd 
McLachlan Mrs Slixy, 41 Victoria st 
McLachlan Kobt., 6 Columshill st 
McLachlan Robt., i8 Columshill st 
McLachlan Walter, W 7 Princes st 
McLachlan Win, labourer, 19 Russell st 
McLachlan Jiiss, Bumbank ter, A'dbeg 
McLach'an , Adelaide pi, Mount- 

stuart rd 
Maclagan Thomas, writer, 28 Castle st; 

ho, Uxenford, Barone rd 
McLaren .Alex., gardener, Ashfield 
McLaren Miss Annie, 29 Argyle ter 
McLaren Jms, nurseryman, Serpentine 

McLaren John, nurseryman, Braeside 
McLaren Wm., 17 Russell st 
McLauchlan, John, flesher, 41 Watergte 
McLay John, coalmastr, 32 Mountstuart 

McLay Robt, salesmau. Bridtrend st 
McLay, Miss, Fealte, Crichton rd 
McLea, Miss Jane, dressmaker, 39 Ar- 
gyle st 
McLea Mrs Maria, Havelock ter 
McLean Andw., saddler, 7 W. Princes st 
McLean Chs., grocer, 30 Mill st ; ho, 14 

Columshill st 
Mclean Dan., flesher, 38 Columshill st 
McLeaD, Don., Toward view, Ardbes: rd 
McLean, Donld, burgh worker, 83 Mon- 
tague st 
McLean Mrs Dor., 16 Ladeside 
McLean > d, 17 Gallowgate 
McLean Hu. , carter, 2 Bridge st 
McLean Jms, Toward view, Ardbeg rd 
McLaan John, 3 Mansefield pi 
McLean Jms., inspectoi of slaughter 

house, 14 Lade4de 
McLean Miss Jane, 34 Mill st 
McLein Mrs Jean, 24 Bridge st 
McLean Mrs Jessie. 2 Chapelhill rd 
McLean John, 10 Columshill st 
Mel ean John, 87 High st 
McLean John, 103 High st 
McLean John, fisherman, 32 Mill s+ 
McLean La-.hlan. slater, Bourtiie pi, 

High *+ 
McLean Mnlnm. carter, 40 Columshill st, 
McLean Male, shopman, 29 Columshill st 

McLean Mary, 7 Union .st 
McLean Mrs M ary, 19 Castle st 
McLean Neil 34 Millst 
McLean Peter, clerk, 1 Mackinlay st 
McLean Simon, Naval reserve, 29 Co- 
lumshill st 
McLean Ths, blacksmith, 9 Battery pi 
McLean Mrs Wm., 7 Columshill pi 
McLean Wm, 15 High st 
McLean Mrs, 46 Montague st 
McLeish Rbt., porter, 20 W Princes 
McLellan Mrp Ann, 17 Bridge st 
McLellan Dvd., bridgeman, 27 Colums- 
hill st 
McLellan Mrs Don. 17 Montague st 
McLellan Jms, steward, 34 Co umshill s. 
McLellan John, cabman, 84 Montague st 
McLellan Mra. 11 East Princes st 
McLellan Male, postman, 27 Argyle st 
McLellan Mi33 Mary. 27 Arayle st 
McLellan Wm., cfbman, 84 Montague st 
McLellan Mrs, Achnacloich rd 
McLalland Mrs Ellen, 11 Bridge st 
McLeod Mrs John, 1 Union st 
McLeod Miss Mry. , Adelaide pi 
McLeod Mrs, Argyle ter 
McLeod Miss, 3 Craigmore rd 
McLintock G°o. M., architect, 5 High 

st; ho, 17 Wyndhamrri 
McLuckie Miss, 10 Wyndham rd 

McMeekan Jas, baker, Woodend pi, E 

Princes st ; ho, 2 Bishop xer br 
McMillan Arch., barber, 7 High st ; ho, 

15 Bridge st 
McMillan Mrs Arch., 2 Bishop ter br 
McMillan Mrs Cth., 4 W. Princes st 
McMillan Mrs Chris., 9 k, 10 Argyle pi 
Maomillan Kbeu K, JP, master mariner 
Claremont, Argyle ter ; business ad- 
dress, 18 Argyle st ; 'phone, 92. 
McMillan James, manager, McKirdy & 
McMillan, carriage - hirers, Albert 
mansion, 1 East Princes st 
McMillan Mrs Jane, 137 High st 
McMillan Jms 8, Albert mansions 
McMillan Jhn, dairyman, 20 WPrinces s 
McMi'lan John, farmer, Knockanreoch 
MeM llan John 97 Montague st 
McMillan Jhn. potato merchant, High 

st ; ho, Concord villa, C dumshill st 
McMillan JV1 ary, 12 The Terrace 
McMillan Thos. quarrier, 16 Store In 
McMillan Wm., moterman, 16 Manse- 
field pi 
McMillan Wm., grain mercht, John st 

ho, Barone rd 
McMillan Wm, ca- ter, Mansetield pi 



McMillan Mrs Win., 12 The Terrace 
YlcMurchie John, 86 High st 
McMurray Miss Susan 36 Mountstuart r 
McMurray Thos., 4 ftlysium 
Mc.Vlurray , 7 Gallowgate 

McNab Alx., joiner, &c, 24 Watergate ; 

ho, Holyrood, Barone rd 
McNab Hamltn., grocer, 84 High st 
McNab, Henry, joi ier, Glenhead 
McNab Jms., joiner, 25 Montague st 
McNab John, tinsmith, W. Princes st 

ho, Inkeiman ter 
McNab Misses Mart. S & Mry. A, 16 

Craigmore rd 
McNab John W., tinsmith, Ardmory rd 
McNab Russell, po-tman, 30 Bishop st 
Macnair, Mrs D, Dunottar, Academy ter 
McNair Wm., Westland rd 
McNair Walter, tailor, Bishop st 
M uNally Miss, nurse, 3S i olumshill st 
McNaught, Mrs Kuph., McNab's br 
McNaughtcn Hu. A, blacksmith, 145 

High st 
McNeil Ann 31 Mountstuart rd 
McNeill Mrs Annie, Windsor pi 
McNeil, Arch, 12 Ladeside 
McNeill Mis Bliz., 46 Ladeside 
McNeill Miss Jane, 24 Argyle st 
McNeill John, car driver, 1 The Terrace 
McNeill Mrs Josephine, 17a Battery pi 
McNeill Jms , 36 (Jolumshill st 
McNeill Kobt, Orcadia 
McNeill Thos., cabman, 7 Bishop st 
McNeil Thos. H.. 28 Argyle st 
McNeill Miss, Clifton Boarding house, 

Argyle ter 
McNeill Miss, Hillside 
McNeil Mrs, 46 Montague st 
McNeil Miss. 30 Mounistuart rd 
McNicol Miss Agnes, 4 E Princes st 
McNicol Arch, seaman, Gowanfield pi 
M'Nicol Duncan, MountDleasant 
McNicol Duncan, 5 the Terrace 
McNicol Jms., baker, 87 Montague st; 

ho, Auchnacloich rd 
McNicol Neil, baker, 81 High st 
McNicol Peter, 1 Columshill pi 
McNicol Miss M., 17a Battery p 
McNicol Miss, tobacconist, Bishop st 
McNicol Mrs, Livorno, 11 Craigmore 
McNicol Mr*, 24 Castle st 
McNiven Alex., 70 Ardbeg rd 
McNiven Alex., factor, 36 Bishop st 
l\icPh«il Miss Agnes, 6 Watergate 
McPhail Dugd., seaman, Ardbeg 
McPhail Don., Westwood 


McPhail Dug, 3 Bishop ter br 
McPliail John, 47 Argyle st 
McPhail Male, 38 Columshill st 
McPhail Neil, Columshill st 
McPhee Mrs Hu. , 2 Argyle st 
McPhee Male, farmer, Lochly 
McPhee Ptr, coachman, 2 Battery pi 
Mcfherson . 29 W Princes st 

McPhersou Miss 1\, ladies' furnisher, -Ih 

McPhersou Mrs Hu., 3 Logie pi 
McPhersou, John, 98 Montugeu st 
McPherson Jhn, labourer, Monatgue st 
McPhersou Mrs Mary, 20 Mill st 
McQuistan John, plasterer, John st; ho, 

58 Montague st 
McRa Misses Jessie and Mary, 6 Crai- 

more rd 
McKeavy John, broke:-, 14 Watergate; 

ho, 12 Bridge st 
McKitchie , spit-mercht, 20 Gallow- 
gate ; ho, 
McSally jiiss Alice, Montgomery house, 

Mc^plly Miss Agnes Wellpark house 
McSeveny, Isaac, 37 Bridge st 
McStay J. , shoemaker, 13 Bridgend st 
McStay Peter, 95 High st 
McTavish Edward, Firwood 
McVicar Jessie, 16 Battery pi 
McVicar Miss, 24 West Princes st 
McViiar, Mrs, 18 Battery pi 
McWilliam Rev J Morrell, Craigmore 

Parish church ; manse, Wellpark rd 
Mc Williams Mrs, 66 High st 


Napier Mrs Euph., 4 Hillhouse rd 
Napier Mrs May, 8 Hillhoase rd 
Napier Thos , plumber, and ironmonger, 

68 Montague st ; ho., 4 Hillhouse id 
Napier Wm., restaurateur, 111 Mon- 
tague st 
Napier , gas worker, 83 High st 
Napier , 90 Montague st 
Neill Mrs Eliz, 2 Mansfield pi 
Neill Mrs Jessie D, Grcaaia 
Neill Thos , 7 W. Princes st 
Nielleay Miss Ellen. 16 High st 
NeilsonMiss Ann, 51 Mountstuart rd 
Neilson Jms, 71 Victoria st 
Nelson, Miss Janet, 23 Castle st 
Neilson Miss Janet, 73 Ardbeg rd 
Neilson Mi3s Margt., 20 Ardbeg rd 


Neilson, sirs Margt., 4 W Castle st 

Neilson Mrs Mary, !S7 Ardbeg rd 

Neilson Thomas, house factor, Ardbeg 

Neilson Mrs, 44 Argyle st 

Nelson John, 72 Ardbeg rd 

Nelson M Gf, accountant. Ardbeg rd 

Niblock Thos, 3 Mansfield pi 

Micol Donald, 109 Montague st 

Nichol Mrs Helen, 41 Ardbeg 

Nioho son ,lohn, commission ajent, 

A rdbeg rd 
Nicholson Mrs Margeret McLea, dress 

maker, 20 Bridge st 

Paterson Geo., 10 Watergate 
Paterson Geo. H., Westwood 
Paterson Mrs He'en, 7 Ghapelhill rd 
Paterson Dr John^ 15 Marine pi 
Paterson Jobn, gas stoker, Columshill st 
Paterson John, 24 Argyle st 
Paterson John, slater, 31 Columshill st 
Paterson Mrs John, 29 Victoria st 
Paterson, Mrs L, Nettlebrae cot, Ardl eg 
Patei son Miss M, 15 Castle st 
Paterson Mrs Margt W., 3 Royal ter 
Paterson, Mrs M. , 72 Ardbeg rd 
Paterson, Robt., carter, Seabank bldijjs 

Nicholson Neil, seaman, 37 E. Princes st Paterson Robt., slater & cement worker 

Nicholson Bobt., postman, 20 Bridge st 50 High st ; ho, Croft lodge, Argyle st 

Nisbet John, cabman, 6 Bridge st Pateison Miss, Serpentine rd 

Nisbet Miss, Mayflower, Barone rd Paterson Mrs, 17a Battery house 

Noble James, shop manager, 4 Montfrod Paterson Mrs, Desmond bank, Wellpark 


Paterson Mrs, 40 Mountpleasant rd 

Paterson Dr, 15 Marine pi 

Paton Ang. , carpenter, 96 High st 

Paul Geo., 21 .Russell st 

Peacock Alex. H., plumber, 23 High st; 

ho, 14 Mountstuart rd 
Peacock Mrs Annie Mary, 17 Battery pi 
Peacock Geo., 21 Battery pi 
Peacock Miss Tane, 25 Wyndham rd 
Peddie Pobt., printer, 6 Mansefield pi 
Hendre'gh Mrs, 159 High st 
Pendreigh John, labourer, Mountstuart 
Pendreigh Wm., 25 Gallowgate 
Penney Dr Dvd. J., surgeon. Battery pi 
Penney Dun. H, gardener, 31 Battery pi 
Pennicuik Mrs, liastlands 
Perston Alex., Palace buildings 
Perston Gavin, postman, 54 Ladeside 
Perston Thos, linesman, 24 Bridge st 
Perston Mrs Wm., 3 Bishop ter br 
Peters , Plantation via, Argyle ter 
Pettigrew J M, Tighnamara, Montford 
Pettiarew Miss Maryt., 45 Ardbeg rd 
Phillips Mrs, 18 Bridge st 
Pinkerton Mrs Magt., Concord villa, 

Columshill st 
Pinkerton Jas. , mason, 10a Bridgend st 
Pirie Mrs M, Osborne temperance hotel, 

87 Victoria st 
PI omer Mrs Margt., 2 Bridge st 
Park Geo . md, Brae-an-dune, Albany tr pi ump ton Alex, Dehli House, 19 Craig- 
Park Miss Isa, 99 Barone rd more rd 
Park Jms, bleacher. Albany rd Pollock Mrs Ana, Colbeck pi 
Park Mrs, 24 Castlehill st Pollock, Jas, 12 Argyle st 
Parker T., joiner. 16 Mill st Pollock Wm C, Laurels, Craigmore rd 
Parker Mansefield pi Ponton Arch., Mountpleasant rd 
Paterson Mrs Ann, 16 Castle st Porter Ben, auctioneer, 5 Argyle st 
Paterson Chas., C R steamboat agent, 19 Porter John accountant, East'lands rd 
Argyle pi 



Nugent Nath., tailor, 7 Bishop st 

Oaten Jas, 17 Bishop st 
O'Brien J, Ma'ura, Craigmore 
O'Connor Martin, Blountpleasint 
O'Dowd Mrs. 16 High st 
O gilvie Thos , 18 Columshill st 
LMpihant Geo. B., shoemaker, 18 Rus- 
sell st 
Oliphant Joseph, 3 Russell st 
O' htara Patrick, grinder, 83 Montague st 
O'Kane Patrick, 4 Minister's br 
O'Neill Mrs Agnes, 19 High st 
O'Neill Hu., 16 High st 
O'Neil Jms, engineer. Palace buildings 
O'Neill Jms, fishmonger, Woodend pi 
O'Neill Mrs Margt., 125 High st 
Orkney Mrs Jessie, 6 Orcadia 
( )rr John, blacksmith, 6a Castle st 
Orr Wm. Yuill, Ciichton rd 
Orr, Mrs, Elderslie, H igh Craigmore 
Orr , Fraserton. 5 Brighton ter 
Owens, Miss Ella, 22 Bishop st 

Papple The 


3 Russeli st 



Porter, John, John, 22 Marine pi 
Porter, Mrs Mary, 22 Marine pi 
Portree, , Lilyoak ter 

Powell J. S. , Alexandria, Craigmore 
Pratt Mrs John Henry, Loch view, Ba- 

rone rd 
Prentice Geo., outfitter, 25 Victoria st; 

ho., Auchnacloich rd 
Prentice Mrs Rbt, Woodlea, High Craig- 
Prentice, "VVS, 42 Mountpleasant rd 
Prentice Miss, 63 Ardbeg rd 
Proudfoot Miss, Mountstuart rd 
Proudfoot, Mrs John, 87 Barone rd 
Piovan C. N., 30 Castle st 
Pnddy Sidney, 58 Montague st 
Pullen Chas J, motor hirer, 23 Bridge st 
Purdon Miss, Toward view. Ardbeg rd 
Purves Alex, painter, 5 Columshill pi 
Purvis Mrs Agnes, 46 Montague st 


Quin Mrs Jane, 9 Bishop st 
Quin Miss Margt, 1 Union st 

Eamsay Dvd, coachman, 97 Montague st 
Ramsuy Rev D J, Chaplehill Free Ch 
Ramsay Hu., tobacconist, 20 ArgyJe st 

3 The Terrace, Ardbeg 
Ramsay Mrs Margt., 10 Glenrosa pi 
Rankin- J., 19 High st 
Kaankin Mis-Jessie D., 9 Albert pi 
Eankine Mrs Jane, 10 Ardbeg rd 
Rankine Miss Isa., 19 "-tore In 
Rankine John, steward, 34 Montague st 
Rankine Peter, 109 Montague st 
Peid Mrs, Shepton, 13 Battery pi 
Reid Mrs Dr, Greenbank 111 Ardbeg rd 
Reid Miss Jane, Mountpleasant 
Keid Mrs Henrietta, 76 Ardbeg rd 
Reid Mis, 72 Ardbeg rd 
Keid J, 5 Marine pi 

Keid Misses J. & J., 21 Mountpleasant rd 
Reid, sir John, engineer, Aidencraig 
Keid Mrs John, 71 Victoria st 
Peid Mrs Magt., Wyndham pk 
Keid Miss, Auchnacloich rd 
Keid Mis, 10 the Terrace, Ardbeg rd 
Kendall J, 11 the Terrace 
Rendall Rev JC, Ellangowan, Marine pi 
Renhie Miss Alice, 17 Bishop st 
Renwick Mrs Euph , Ardwell, Craigmore 
jceitzelier Chas., Tigh n a Mara, Ardbeg 
Khind Mrs, 32 Bishop st 

Richmond Miss Mary, 22 Battery pi 
Bichmond Wm., 17a Wyndham rd 
Kichardson Mrs, Desmond bank, Craig- 
Kichardson Mrs Grace, 23 Wyndham rd 
Kichardson H, Wyndham rd 
Kiesbetg Miss, Clan vl, Bridge st 
Rippie John labourer, 4 Russell st 
Rippie Jas, 8 Mill st 
Rippie Mrs Wm. . 125 High st 
Ritchie And. T, farmer, (jartnatkeillj 
Ritchie Mrs Peter. 12 Argyle st 
Rittrnpn, Edw, 27 Bridge st 
Robb, Wm, grocer, 22 B Princes st 
Roberts Geo., tailor, 7 Columshill pi 
Roberts, Mrs 32 Battery pi 
Robertson Alx, Janefield, Wyndham rd 
Robertson And. , heritor, 16 Marine pi 
Robertson Ang, upholsterer, 21h Bridge- 
end st ; ho, Argyle ter 
Robertson Mrs Ann. 21 Russell st 
Robertson Dan., mechanic. Glenburn 
Robertson H., Glenburn cot 
Robertson H, 10 Wyndham rd 
Robertson Mi>s Isa, 83 Ardbeg rd 
Robertson Miss Isa, Chapelhill rd 
Robertson Jms, baker, Whinny tr, Serpt 
Robertson John, baker, 10 E. Princes 

st ; ho, 5 Mountpleasant rd 
Robertson John, joiner, Greenan mill 
Robertson John, 38 Bi>hop st 
Robertson John, upholsterer, 12 Bridge s 
Robertson, J C 1 Columshill pi 
Robertson, Kbt, eDgineer.5 Wyndham rd 
Robertson Koberr, Wyndham rd 
Robertson Mrs Susan, Wyndham rd 
Robertson Thos., baker, 103 Montague s 
Robertson W, 94 High st 
Robertson W., 78 Piigh st 
Robertson Wm., spirit mercht, High st ; 

ho, 17a Battery house 
Robertson Wm., 78 Montague st 
Robertson, Wm, 32 Mill st 
Robertson Mrs, Wyndham pk 
Robertson Miss, 31 Gallowgate 
Robertson Mrs, Eden pi 
Robertson Miss, Springhank 
Robertson 25 Wal'owgate 
Rob'nson, Mrs Thos., 27 Bishop st 
Rodger David, organist, 9 Victoria st 
Roe Jonathan, Mataurieh, 14 Crichton r 
Rose James, w.s.. deuuie Town clerk, 

(ilenellen, Glebelands 
Ross H, J. G., M. a., headmaster, Pub- 
lic School, ho., 4 Bishop ter 
Ross, Mrs Jessie, 21 Roslin pi 
Ross Wm., 6 Ardbeg rd 
Rowan Mis A., 10$ Ardbeg rd 


Rowat John, 47 Ardbeg rd 
Roy Mrs Eliz , Store In 
Roy. W, postmaster, ''rosshill villas 
Rush Miss Ann, 40 Bishop st 
Russell Mrs Ann, 2 Bridge st 
Russell Jms. M., engineer. 3 The Ter- 
race, Aid beg 
Russell John. 3 Stuart sfc 
"Kussell Mrs Margt., Stuart st 
Russell Mary, 94 High st 
Russell Wm., clerk, 3 Monntstnait rd 
Russell Miss, Ardfern, Montford 
Russell Miss, 10 Mansefield pi 
Kutheifnrd Samuel. 10 Ladeside 
Rutherford Wm., Russell st 

Sacks Moses, tailor, 28 Mill st 

Sanders , Colbeck pi 

Saunders Mrs Frank, Crichton i d 

Scanlan, Mrs A, 32 Mill st 

Schroder Misses, Ivy bpnk cot. Bridge st 

Scobbie Mrs Isa.. 2 Ardbeg rd 

Sco^t Miss Eliz., 1 Minister's br 

Scott Geo. , drawing master, Academy ; 

ho, Skeoch villa, Argyle ter 
Scott Geo.. 6a Castle st 
Scott Metth. B., Wyndbam rd 
c-cott Robt., engineer, 46 Ladeside 
Scott Robt., stationer, 11 The Terrace 

Scott Robt H, 21 Mountpleasant rd 
Scott Miss, Eoin villa, Montford 
Scott, Wm., 9 Argyle ter 
Scullion Miss Mary Ann, 75 High st 
Sercple James, 2 Mansefield pi 
Seniple Miss, Eureka, Montford 
Service Miss, Clutha via, Barone rd 
Shand Wm., 3 Bishop ter br 
Shanks Jms., W Castle st 
Shanks John, 12 The Terrace 
Sharp Mrs Agnes, 5 Marine p 
Sharp Mrs Cath., 4 Wyndharn pk 
Sharp Miss Cath., Victoria villa, Barone 

Sharp Miss Isa., 15 Mountstuart rd 
Sharp Mis Jane, Mountstuait rd 
Sharp Miss, Maryfield 
Shaw Daniel jun, blacksmith, Croft la 

ho, Bellevue, Barone rd 
Shaw Helen, 7 Montague st 
Shaw John, joiner, lnkerman ter 
Shaw John, porter, 19 Victoria st 
Shaw Miss Mary, Montford 


Shaw Neil, carter, 27 Bridgend st 
Shaw Peter, butcher. 2 Ladeside st 
Shaw Mrs, 26 Colum-hiH st 
Shaw , 41 Mnupts'narfc rd 
Shields John labourer, 12^ Mill st 
Shields Patrick, potter, 55 Montague st 
Shie'lsMrs Geo.. Amisfield, Barone rd 
Short Mrs Sarah, 76 Mcn'ague st 
Sillars Wm, enginee-', Staff* pi 
Sim Dan.. Bridgend st 
Simpson Miss Agnes, 14 King st 
Simpson Alex., 70 Ardbeg rd 
Simpson Alex, 41 Victoria st 
Simpson A T, Bishop ter br 
Simpson Jms., gasfitter, 7 Tower st 
Simpson Mrs, 22 Castle st 
Simpson Wm., 12 the Terrace 
Simpson. Miss , Lome Lodge, Mount- 
stuart rd 
Sinclair Donald, 133 High st 
Sinclair Mrs D, 45 Watergate 
Sinclair Mrs D W, Havelock ter 
Sinclair Geo. W., cashier, 20 Mount- 
stuart rd 
Sinclair Jms. C, retired burgh chamber- 
Sinclair Mrs Jfannie. 24 Bridge st 
Sinclair John, Hillcrest. Crichto rd 
Sinclair John, builder. Eastlands rd 
Sinclair John, joiner, 63 Barone rd 
Sinclair Jn, shipmaster, 12 W Princes st 
Sinclair John K., 9 Castle At 
Sinclair P, stationer 17a E Princes st 
Sinclair P., 129 High st 
Sinclair Mrs, 20 Russell st 
Sinclair , Clyde view, Craigmove 
Sinclair Mrs, Hillcrest, 5 Crichton rd 
Sinnot Mrs My, Gl nara, 53 Crichton rd 
Slaven Hny, Hawthorn Park, Argyle pi 
Slaven Jms, fruiterer, 10 W Princes st ; 

ho,12 do 
Slaven John, fishmonger, 22 High st & 

61 Montague st 
Slaven John, fruiterer, Stuart st ; he, 

19 High st 
Slaven Mrs Lilias, 5 Russell st 
Slaven Maurice, labourer, 74 High st 
Slaven Thos., Russell st 
Sloan Hu , agent, G. & S. W, Railway 

Company quay ; ho., Brandane ter 
Sloan Dr, Gowanlea, Ardbeg 
Smellie Miss, Ardbeg rd 
Smith Alex., upholsterer, 17 Bridge st 
Smith Arch., 93 High st 
Smith Arch., postman, 11 Montague st 
Smith Chas. insurance agent, Montford 
Smith Dun . baker, 17 Bridge st 
Smith Mrs F., 27 High st 



Smith Mrs Grace, 23 Mountpleasant rd 
Smith Henry M., lavatory attendant, 32 

Bishop st 
Smith J, 43 Mountstuart rd 
Smith Jms : , farmer, 9 Wyndham pk 
Smith Jms., joiner, 15 Bishop st 
Smith Jms., Fergusson pi 
Smith Jms. M., 87 Ardbeg rd 
Smith John, joiner, 23 Roslin pi 
Smith Mrs John, 33 Victoria st 
Smith John, tailor, 78 Ai'ilbejr rd 
Smith, M P, architect-, Wyndham hk 
Smith Root, 6 Mansefield pi 
Smith Robt, fishmonger, 35 Victoria st ; 

ho, 65 do 
Smith W J, Westwood, Argyle ter 
Smith Miss, Hawthorn park, Arygle pi 
Smith Mrs, Melbourne cot., Craigmore 
Smith Mrs, 7 Wyndham rd 
Smith . 78 A rdbeg rd 

Smith Mrs, 8 Montague st 
Snedden M, 41 Watergite 
Sneddon A., 11 Watergate 
Somers David, printer, 8 Wyndham pk 
Somerville Mrs Helen, 11 Chapelhill rd 
Somerville Mrs Ann, Woodbine, High 

Somerville Jn, Woodbine. H Craigmore 
Somerville Mrs, Park pi, Bridge st 
Speirs Angus, retired t»il"r, Ardbeg 
Spehs Chas S. joiner, Creek Drive, Ard- 
beg; ho, Auchnamara. 14 Marine pi 
Speirs Mrs Helen, 12 Wvudham rd 
Speirs J., gas work?r, 179 High st 
Spence Geo., Stewart Swimming baths, 

Battery pi ; ho., Mountpleasant rd 
Spence John, bathman, Glenbeg 
Spence Susan, 15 Bridgend st 
Spence Miss Isa, 50 Ardbeg rd 
Spencer, Edw.. Beech wood, Bishop ter 
Spittal . 27 Battery pi 
Sprowl Mi s Heleo, Havelock ter 
Sprowl Kobt., joiner, 49 Ardbeg rd 
Sprowl Wm., fort-man, Express; ho., 

Lilyoak ter, Ballochgoy 
Squair Mrs Frank H., Barone rd 
Squair Mrs Wm. H, flesher, 5 Gallow 

gate; ho., Glenfaulds, Mountstuart rd 
Stagg Wm., chimney sweep, 27 High st 
jstark John, jun. p. inter and decorator, 

6 Chauelhill rd ; ho, Wyndham rd 
Stark, John, sen., Dalcraig, High Craig- 
Steel, Geo., 27 Ardbeg rd 
Steel Thos., 31 Bishop tvt 
Steel Thos.. constab e, 2 Columshill pi 
Steele James H, heritor, Grangelea, 

Mountstuart id 


Seeples Geo., Blythswood, Bishop ter 
Stephen Mrs Jessie, 23 Marine pi 
Stephen Mrs Margt, 23 Marine pi 
Steven David, butcher, Columshill st 
Stevenson Chas. M., manager Buteman; 

tres, Stewart villa, Baionerd 
Stevenson Jms., carter, 86 High st 
Stevenson Jms, Dai*y bank, Glebe lands 
Steven- on Jms, 16 King st 
Stevenson, T., 9 Bishop st 
Stevenson Wm, 16 Hillhouse rd 
Stevenson Mrs. Ballochgoy 
Stewart Miss Agnes, 52 Ardbeg rd 
Stewart Mrs Agnes Y, Catherine bank, 

Stewart Alx. , county sub-chief constable 

County Buildings. 37 Hiyh st 
Stewart Andw, 3 Bishop ter br 
Stewart Chas. li, 63 Mountstuart rd 
Stewart David, bootmaker, 105 Mon- 
tague st; ho., Argyll mansions 
Stewart Donald M, Bell- Trees mansions, 

7 Mountstuart rd 
Stewart. Mrs D, 8 Mansefield pi 
Stewart Mrs Eben., 2 Argyle pi 
Stewart Eliz., 11 K Princes st 
Stewart Misses Flora and Mary, news- 
agents, 80 Ardbeg rd 
Stewart Gilb rt. p linter, Battery pi 
Stewart Harry J, Glenfaulds 
Stewart Misses, Mountview, r>5 Crich on 

Stewart Mrs Isa , 23 Mountpleasantr pi 
Stewart Mrs Isabella, 7 W Princes st 
Stewart, J., 3 Bishop ter br 
Stewart Mrs Jms., Newark, Serpentine r 
Stewart James B., painter, 73 Victoria st 
Stewart James S., 20 Russell st 
Stewart Misses Jane & Mary, Upr. Craig- 
Stewart Mrs Janet, 18 Ardbeg rd 
Stewart John, boatman, 12a Mil! st 
Stewart John, porter, Hillhouse rd 
Stewart John B., 3 Bishop ter br 
Stewart. Kobt., St Margaret' , Ascog 
Stewart I'bt. , vanman, 38 Columshill st 
Stewart, Jiiss, 4 Academy ter 
Stewart Wm., pain ter, 19 Mountpleasant 

Stewart Mrs, 30 Bishop st 
Stirling, J. & M, Ivy cot, Bridge st 
Stilling John, firemaster, 77 Montague st 
Stirrat Jms, Bridgend st 
Stone Jos., grocer, 2 Columshill st 
StorerMrs Agnes, Argyll maosio s 
Strachan Mrs Isa., 6 Columshill pi 
Citiang Jms, 3.^ Victoria st 
S:r.ingMr», nurse, 19 Argyle st 

HOUSEHOJ /DE11S— Rothesay. 

Strain , Pointhouse crescent 

Struthers, Robert, 17 Gallowgate 
Stuart Mrs John, Castle st 
Stuart Miss May L., 10 Bridge st 
Stuie John, petty officer, E N, 24 Mill st 
Sturgeon John, coal merchant, 2l> Mill 

st ; ho, do 
Summers Miss Janet, 19 Russell st 
Sutherland Mrs Ann, 24 Marine pi 
Sutherland , retired inspector, 17 

Bridge st 
•Sutherland Donald, tailor aud clothier, 

10 Gallowgate ; ho, Achnacloich rd 
Swan Mrs Mt. .Auchencairn 8 Biighton tr 
Swiii , Giencoe. Montford 

Swandells, Mrs, Veni'za, Argyle pi 
Swanston Dr, Lai-khall, Westland r 
Swanston David, seaman, 11 Mill si 
Swanston Jhn B., grocer, 26 W. Princes 

st ; ho, 3 Oos-hill villas, Glebe lands 
Sweeney Mrs E iz , 11a Argyle pi 
Sweeney Jas, shoemaker, ib' Castlehill 
Sweeney. Mrs Jas., 5 Argyle st 
Sweet Mrs Ags, White lodge, Battery pi 
Sweet. Chs, photographer, white studio, 

19 Battery pi 
Swift Eben, 24 Ardbeg Td 
Symes Rbt., 27 Argyle st 

Tager Miss, 4 Columshill st 

Tages Walter, clerk ; Havelock ter 

Tait John, baker, co-operative Society, 

Princes s t; ho, 29 Columshill st 
Tait Matthew, 27 Argyle st 
Tait Rcbt, 16 Argyle st 
Tassie Wai I), in-pec or and collector, 

S.P.C.A.,3i Victoria st 
Taylor Andrew. 10 the Terrace 
Taylor Ach., brush maker, 58 Montague 
Taylor Edward, joiner, 27 Columshill st 
Taylor, James G., boatman, Esplanade ; 

ho , 66 Montague st 
Taylor Mrs Jessie, 71a Ardbeg rd 
Taylor John, 98 Montayue sc 
Taylor Mrs Minnie, 17 Battery pi 
Taylor Mrs Sarah, Glenhead 
Taylor, Rev Wm G, West U F ch manse, 

Argyle ter 
Taylor ,27 Argyle st 
Temple Mrs Jeannie, 1G9 Montague st 
Terns J, Craigmore house 
Thom Miss Jane, 70 Ardbeg rd 
Thorn Alex & Co. motor engineers &c. 22 

Bridge st ; ho 11 Albeit pi 


Thompson Angus, shoemaker, 94 Mon 

tague st ; ho, Bellfield. B».rone rd 
Thompson MrsSirah, 34 East Princes st 
Thomson , dentist, ] Argyle pi 
Thomson Alex., 71a Ardbeg rd 
Thomson A.lex., 3 Logie pi 
Thomson Ax. C, stationer, 51 Ardbeg rd 
Thomson A. Boss, inspector of poor, 35 

Bishop st ; ho, 15'Mountpleasant rd 
Thomson, Mrs And, 11 Bridge st 
Thomson wiss A nnie, 19 Artryle st 
Thomson Mrs Chas 7 Wyndham rd 
Thomson Dan, fisherman, 16 Store In 
Thomson Misses Eliz, Mrgt. and Mry. A, 

29 Ardbeg rd 
Thomson, Miss Hln. E, Ashgrove, Mont- 
Thomson Hit, cabinetmkr., 25 Bishop st 
'i honison Jms., labourer, 109 Montague s 
Thomson Mrs Jessie, 24 Ardbeg rd 
Thomson Miss Jessie, 29 Battery pi 
Thomson J. B. engineer, 6a Ardbeg rd 
Thomson Mrs John, 8 Artryle si: 
Thorns n John, residenter, 26 Ardbeg id 
Thomson Mrs John, Staffa pi 
Thomson Mrs Maigt., 17 Russell st 
Thomson Mrs Mary, 2 Castlehill st 
'1 homson Perer, 36 Bridge st 
Thomson Robert, Sedd-ul-Bahr, Serpen- 
tine rd 
Thomson, Mrs, Tnkerman ter 
Thomson . 65 Ardbeg rd 

Tliorburn Andi" w ^oyal bank, Victoria 

st ; ho, Connestmore, 4 Brighton ter 
Thorhurn Ang fishmonger, Abbotsford, 

Barone rd 
Thorburn Js., fisherman, 5a £ Princes st 
Tho' burn Mrs John, fish merchant, 18 

West Piinces st ; ho . 4 Bi>hop st 
Thorburn Mrs Margt., 4 Mountpleasant 
Th 1 burn Robt , 30 Columshill st 
Thorburn Th, fisherman, 7Chapelhill rd 
Thorburn Wm., Montague st 
Thorburn Mrs, 32 Castle st 
Thorburn , 27 Argyle st 
Thornton Mrs Elizabeth, Lilyoak ter 
Tickell Wm., baker, 21 Columshill sc 
Timmins Jas, 83 Montague st 
Timothy , 5 Badge st 

Todd Andw., 7 W Princes st 
Todd John, 27 Bridge st 
Tomlinson Mss Thomasina, 6a Ardbeg r 
Tonner Mrs Theresa, 40 Bishop st 
Torrance, 11 Hillhouserd 
Traill Uev Joseph, U. F. Parish Manse, 

Serpentine nl 
Trescowthick Wm. H., telegraphist, 114 
Bigh st 


Trivet Mrs. 117 High st 

Tuvnbull J., Ashburn, Mountstuart rd 

Turnbull Miss Margt. . Ascog 

Turnbull miss, 76 Ardbegrd 

Turnbull Mrs, Dunmore, Crichton rd 

Turner, capt. A., Ardmory rd 

Turner Colin B., Fiona vila, Craigmore 

Turner Mrs May, ±2 Marine pi 

Tweedley John, fisherman, stuart st 

Tweedley John, jun, 8 Mill st 

Tynan, , 11 E. Princes st 


Urquhart John A., grocer, 13 Argyle st 
ho, Thistle bank, Argyle ter 

Vickery Arthiir, 63 Montague st 
Vint Mrs Marion. 11 Mountstuart rd 
Vogt Alfred J, Park pi, Bridge st 


AVaddell Dvd., boilermakr, 32 Ardbeg rd 
Waddell John, 33 Bridge st 
Waddell Mrs, Demerara pi, Ardbeg rd 
Walker Alex-, spirit dealer, 70 Mon- 
tague st; ho, Springbank, Chapelhill 
Walker James A, heritor, Lilvoak ter 
Walker John, blacksmith, 113 High st 
Walker M, 60 High st 
Walker Martin, 11 Mansetieid pi 
Walkinshaw, E., Adelaide pi 
Wallace Mrs Ann, 46 Mountstuart rd 
Wallace mis, IS Mountpleasant rd 
Wallace Mrs Mary, 15 Crichton rd 
Wallace Mrs Mary, 75 High st 
Wallace Miss, Orcadia 
Wallace Wm., 16 Marine pi 
Wallace , Gravel bank, Wellpark rd 
AFard , 9 Crossbill villas 

Warren, Mrs Margt., 25 Argyle ter 
Waterson Alex., engineer, 19 Aigyle st 
Waterston, Mrs, stationer, Montague st 
Watson Mrs Daniel, Bellevue, Battery y 
Watson Mrs Isa , 41 Aigyle ter 
Watson Miss Janp, 56 Mountstuart rd 
Watson Mrs Jessie, Margaretslea, Ba- 
ron e rd 
Watson Jn , blacksmith, 1 Barone rd 
Watson John, Skepch villa, Argyle ter 
Watson, John, spirit merchant, Gallow- 
gate ; ho., 52 Montague st 


Watson Mrs Jos., 14 L High st 
Watson Mrs Mary, 6 Watergate 
Watson Mrs Kht., Upper Craigmore 
Watson Wm., Bute Arms Hotel, Guild- 
ford square 
Watson Wm., 32 Ardbeg rd 
Watt Alex., measurer, 45 Ardbeer rd 
Watt , Clandale, Eastlandsrd 
Watt Mrs. 20 Marine pi 
Waugh Miss, 76 Ardbeg rd 
Waugh Mrs Isa., Battery pi 
Weaver Mrs Annie, 3 Union st 
Webster J C, Terra Nova, Albany rd 
Weir Alex, gardener, 14 Argyle pi 
Weir Alex. , baker, 4 Mountpleasant rd 
Weir Daniel F., 11 Wyndham pk 
Weir, Dugald, 12 Wyndham rd 
Weir D, seaman, 2 Minister's br 
Yreir Hugh, 34 Montagiie st 
Weir Jms., shoemaker, 16 Windsor pi 
Weir Miss Jane, 4 Mountpleasant 
Weir John, 157 High st 
Weir John, gardener, Robertson Stewart 

hospital, High st 
Weir Martha, 27 Argvle st . 
Weir, R, 13 Argyle pi 
Weir Pobt, bootmaker, Montague st 
Weir Bbt., carter, 4 Mountpleasant rd 
Weir Jas, Weirholm, 23 Battery pi 
Weir Wm M, hairdresser, 4 Bridge st : 

ho, Park pi 
Wells, , 6a Ardbeg rd 

White Arthur, coachman, 2 Mount- 
pleasant rd 
White , 11a Argyle pi 
Whitecross Miss Jane, 4 Argyle pi 
Whiteford. James, saddler, 29 High st ; 

res, 11 Columshill st 
Whiteford Jn., comp., 11 Columshill st 
Whiteford .Rht., photographer, 23 Argyle 

st ; ho, 11 Columshill st 
Whiteford Miss, 112 High st 
Whitehead, Joseph, marine and motor 
engineer, 16 Watergate ; res, 2 Acad- 
emy ter 
WhitelawDvd., designer, Wyndham r 
Whitelaw Geo, 31 Bridge st 
Whitelaw Jas R., comp., 3 Mansfield pi 
Whitlaw Wm, butcher, 2 Ladeside 
Whitfield Mrs, 10 Mountstuart rd 
Whiteside Peter, musician, 77 Montague 

Whyte Dune., gardener, 74 Ardbeg rd 
Whyte Mrs Mary, 19 Bishop st 
Whyte Robt. D., Town Clerk, Castle 

st; ho., 1 Elysium 
Whyte Thos., carter. Logic pi 
Whyte Wm., gas manager, High st ho, 
Brandane ter 



Whyte Win. Simpson, Daisy bank, 

Glebe lands 
Wilkie, miss, 5 Mountstuart rd 
Wilkie, Hu., gas worke'-, 4 Mansefield p 
Wilkie Jms., joiner, 46 Ardbeg rd 
Williamson, Mrs Agnes, 19 High st 
Williamson, George, Park pi 
Wil iamson, Misses Grace and Marion, 3 

Ardbeg rd 
Williamson John, tailor, 21 Mill st 
Wilson Ax, rabbit trapper, 21 Russell st 
Wilson. D. , 11 the Terrace, Ardbeg 
Wilson Harry, 40 Mountpleasant rd 
Wilson, Harry, jn, organist, 4 Bishop st 
Wilson Misses Ciiapelhill ho. 
Wilson Mrs Grace, Argyle Boarding ho. 

Oakshaw, 11 Argyle pi 
Wilson Miss Helen S, 32 B ittery pi 
Wilson John, riviter, 46 High st 
Wilson, J, 27 Argyle st 
Wilson, Mrs, 16 King st 
Wilson Mrs, 1 M'Kinlay st 
Wilson Misses, 90 High st 
Wise Mrs Bella, 5 Castle st 
"Wood Donald. S3 Montague s f . 
Wood, James, 2 Hillhouserd 
Wood Robert H, tailor, Gowanfieldpl 
Wooton Samuel, Ballocheoy ter 
Wren Mrs Cath., 70 Ardbeg rd 
Wright A., blacksmith, 70 Ardbeg rd 
Wright Alex., M A, schoolmaster, 25 

Ardbeg rd 
Wright John Yorville, Montford 
Wright Jms., painter, 22 E Princes st 

Wright Miss Jane 17 Argyle pi 

Wright John, 5 Bridge st 

Wright Mrs, 13 Victoria st 

Wright Mrs, staymaker, 47 Argyle st 

Wyatt Geo., shopman, 2!) Argyle st 

Wvllie Geo., grocer, 28 Bishop st ; ho, 

30 do. 
Wilson Hugh, dentist. 4 Bishop st 
Wyllie, John, 10 Watergate 
Wyper.John, engineer, Argyll mansions, 

Argyle pi 
Wyper Rbt., E Princes st 

Yates Jms, tailor, Ardbeg rd 

Yates Walter, 39 Mill st 

Yeates Mrs J R, Gracefield. Crichton rd 

Young And., blacksmith, Union st 

Young Mrs J M, 71 Victoria st 

Young Mrs Helen, 73 Ardbeg rd 

Young, Jane, 15 Bridge st 

Young Robert, porter, 20 Castle st 

Young Wm, 36 E Princes st 

Young Miss, 2 Montford avenue 

Young Miss, dairy, Wyndham rd 

Young Mrs, 70 Ardbeg rd 

Young Miss . Hill foot, Argyle st 

Young Mrs, 29 Victoria st 

Young Mrs, 2 Ardmilian, Crichtun rd 

Young Miss, Lilyoak ter 

Yuille James T., heritor, Ardclutha 

59 Crichton rd 
Yule, J. G. , Hillhouse rd 


Call of World Alliance to League of Nations 


(From the Glasgow Bulletin, April 21st, 1923.) 

ment committee, representing 24 countries, has just been meeting at Zurich, called on 
the Secretary-General of the League of Nations yesterday afternoon to present a re- 
solution. The delegation was headed by Dr Alexander Ramsay, organiser for Europe. 

The committee deplore the continued unrest in Europe. They declare their convic- 
tion that the enlv hope for the salvation of Europe and its escape from present diffi- 
culties lies in applying the spirit and teaching of Christ to the problem with which it 
is confronted. 

The committee therefore urge Christians in all lands to manifest this spirit in the 
face of all influences which make for the national egoism and bitterness of feeling. 

A Common Effort. 

The committee reaffirm its declaration of the World Alliance that the League of Na- 
tions, enlarged and improved, is to be found the most helpful means of removing the 
danger of war, and that it should be the task of the Chnrch to inspire among people 
of every land enthusiasm for this great conception, and willingness to labour for its 
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At the present moment it is clear that the settlement of the question of reparations 
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through by a common effort inspired by a Christian purpose of brotherly aid and 
mutual sacrifice. 

League and Initiative. 

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in bringing this about. By its action in co-operation with other nations, including 
Germany and the United States of America, it should be possible to constitute a body 
before which all parties would consent to lay their case, to organise adequate 
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mutual protection as will secure the safety of all countries and general peace. 

If for any reason it should prove impracticable for the League to take the initia- 
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must be found for bringing together such a conference. 

The committee appeal to the national councils of the Alliance to lay this message 
before the various churches. 

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Annand Miss, Sardinia pi 

Archer, Mrs John, Blythswood 


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Barr Peter, cook, New Hafton pi 
Barr, Thomas, farmer, Eskeehraggan 
Bell, James, residenter, Ebenezer pi 
Black capt., Dugald. Lamont pi 
Blaikie miss, schoolhouse, Kildavanan 
Boag, Wm,, farmer, Airdscalpsie 
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Brown, Ar., inspector of poor, Victoria pi 
Brown, Mrs Isabella, baker, Ardenlea 
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Brown Thos, Inveryne pi 
Brownie, Wm. Gladstone pi 
Biuce, George, gardener, Marine rd 
Buchanan, M. R. Gray, Ettrickdale. 

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Currie, Duncan, contractor. Marine rd 
Currie, Miss Jane, Post Office, Melbourne]! 
Currie, John, Garbrook villa 
Currie John, Marine rd 
Currie, Mrs Margt, lona pi 
Currie Robert carriage hirer, 


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Dallas Wm. , baker, Shore st 
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Dickie, Arch. C, grocer, Victoria pi 
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Duncan Ninian, farmer, Little Kilmory 
Duncan, Robert, farmer, Kilwhinleck 
Dunn, George, boots, Mason's land 
Dunn, John, engineer, Salisbury pi 


Edmund, R, carver, Victoria pi 
Ewing, Mrs M., Inveryne pi 


Calder James, contractor. Marine rd 
Cameron, Miss, Lamont pi 
Campbell, Alex, Appin villa, 
Campbell, Mrs, West End ho 
Campbell, Donald, engineer, Glenlee 
Campbell Mrs John, Sardinia pi 
Campbell, John B. chemist, Castle st 
Carmichael, Wm., farmer, Craigberoch 
Carrie, Mrs Clara, Ulva pi 
Cassells Mrs, Victoria pi 
Clark, Mrs Dug. , Salisbury pi 
Clark James, Lome pi. 
Clews Mrs David, Ulva pi 
Connell Dan, ploughman, Kildavannan 
Cook Lachlan, clerk, lona pi 
Craig Robt, Inveryne pi 
Crawford Male, elec. engineer, Sardinia pi 


Fairgrieve Dvd, boileimaker, Govandale pi 
Ferguson, Dun., yachtmaster, Kingston pi 
Ferguson, John, J. P., Laurel villa, Point- 
house crescent 
Frame, David, grieve, S St Colmac 
Hyfe, Chas, carpenter, Kingston pi 
Fyfe, John, boatbuilder, Ardmaleish 


Garden Jos, postman, Royal pi 
Gardner Alex, Govandale pi 
Gardner Thos, painter, Castle st 
Uibb John, Govandale pi 
Gibson Andrew, ploughman, Ballycurrie 
Gibson, Chas., shopman, Castle st 



Gillies, Mrs, farmer, Quogach 
Girvan Rev Jas W, U. F. C. Manse 
Graham Robt.. Pointhouse eves 
Graham Mrs, Braemar, Arnbeg 
Gourlay. Mrs Catn., Pointhoase cres 
Griffon Jane, Lome pi 
Gunn Geo., 58 Marine rd 


Haddow Miss, Hydropathic cot 

Halliday, Miss Mai gt, Ulva pi 

Halliday,. George juri, merchant, George pi 

Halliday Mrs Margt., Angus pi 

Hamilton John. Inveryne pi 

Hamilton, Mrs Robt., Roselea 

Hardie, Robert, merchant, Castle st 

Harper, Alex R. , Pier ter 

Henderson Wm., jun., Old Hafton pi 

Henderson Mrs Wm.,Govandale pi 

Hill T, Hovandale pi 

Hogarth, Arch., yaciitrnaster, Bay view 

Hogarth, Mrs Jas., Shore st 

Hogarth, John, fisherman, St Ninians 

Hogarth. Mrs Male, grocer, Marine I'd 

Howatt Jas C, 58 Marine rd 

Hunter, Miss, Springwell pi 

Munn Mrs, Ardenlea 

Hyndman, Robt. .labourer, Meikle Kilmory 

Hutton Silverburn, Creek drive 

Hunter, Wm.. farmer. Upper Ettrick 

Hutchison, Alex, Appin villa 

Jamieson M Hueh, Melbourne pi 
Jamieson, Mrs Jas . Govandnle pi 
Morrison, Mrs, farmer, Rulliecheddan 
Jamieson John, Melbourne pi 
Jamieson Jigs, mate, "Vigilant," Appin vil 
Jardine Wm, Church officer, Crown bldus 
Jenkins, Donald, gamekeeper, Craigandun 
Johnston James, Castle st 
Johnstone, John, Gorandile pi 
Jones Mrs Mary, Strone view 


Kean, Miss Helen, Pointhouse Cres 
Keith Miss Cath.. grocer, Inveryne pi 
Keith, Duncan, Ebenezer pi 
Keith Hugh, Sawmill 
Keith, Mrs Mary Castle st 
Kelso Miss, Pointhouse cres 
Kennedy, Wm, ploughman, Kilmichael 
Killock, Mrs, Pointhouse crescent 
Kinnie Mrs, West End house 
Kirkwood, Miss Jessie. Stonefield 

Lamont, Miss Annie, Tighantraigh 
Lamont, mi's Cath., Hafton pi 
Lamont N D, Fir Cliff 
Lamont, Miss Hannah, Fir cliff 
Lamont, Hugh, butcher. Marine rd 
Lamont, Jas., fencer, Cuilnashamrag 
Lamont, Jn. M'N., writer, Fern bank 
Lamont, John, farmer, Stuck 
Lawrie, Lewis, residenter, Inveryne pi 
Leitch, Colin, Shore st 
Leitch, James, yachtsman, Lome pi 
Leitch, Miss, Shore st 
Linden James, 4 Stuart st 
Loch, James, joiner, Springwell pi 
Loch, Wm. boatman, Hafton pi 
Loch Miss, Royal pi 
Loehhead. Thos, Kildavalman farm 
Logan, Miss Alice, Ett"ick bank 
Lyon Dugald, joiner, Springwell pi 
Lyon, George, farmer, Drumachloy 


Malcom, Agnes, George's pi 

Malcom Archibald, joiner and boat-buiidei- 

Shore st; ho Sandringham ter 
Malcom Arch, Kingston pi 
Malcom, James carpenter, Rosebery pi 
Malcom James P., farmer, Edinbeg 
Malcom, Miss Mary, Castle st 
Malcom. Robt., carpenter, Albion pi 
Mann Wm L, auctioneer, Ardmaleish 
Marshall. Miss Grace, Alpine vil 
Martin, Arch, engineer, Scarrel 
Martin John, Tiahantraigh 
Matthew, Edward, ma., schoolmaster. 

Meldrum, D., fencer, Cuilnashamrag 
Meldrum, Mrs, 41 Castle st 
Meldrum John, Edinmore 
Miller, Hugh, farmer, Inchmarnock 
Miller John S, George's pi 
Milne Alfred, yacht designer, Pomona ho 
Martin, John, jun., farmer, Scalpsie 
Montgomerie Alex., farmer, Auchentc-eiie 
Montgomerie, Hugh, Buchingham ter 
Morrison, Mrs, Lome pi 
Morrison, Miss Janet C, Melbourne pi 
Muir, Jas., Pier ter 
MuirThomas, farmer. Ardmaleish 
Middleton, James, farmer, Milton 
Munn Miss, Ardenlea 
Munsie, Mrs, Lome pi 
Murray Mrs Agnes, Shore st 
Murray, Alex. Govandaie pi 
Murray Dug., fisherman, Bannatyne Mains 

Murray, Miss. Bannatyne Mains rd 
Mutter Mrs, Braemar 




MeAlister, Mrs, farmer Meikle Kilmciy 
McArthnr, John D., fisherman, Straad 
McArthnr Mrs Marion, Melbourne pi 
McArthnr, Robt. fisliermen, Bally curriesh 
McArthur Mrs, Ballycurrie shore 
McArthur,Thos.. fisherman, Ballycurrie sh 
McArthur Mrs, Melbourne pi 
McCallum. Colin, Upper Ardroscadale 
McCimnechy. Hnry. farmer, Largivreehtan 
McDennid. Henry, labourer, Angus pi 
McDonald, Dugald., farmer, Auchavoulaig 
McDonald, Hugh, joiner, Bay view 
McDonald Ronald, S Burnside avenue 
McDonald Wm., woodman, Cuilnashamrag 
McDougall, Dun., Castle st 
McDougall, .las., fisherman, Straad 
McDougall, Mrs, dairy. Castle st 
McDougall. Thomas, fisherman, Straad 
McDougall. Wltr., fisherman, Ballycurrie sh 
McDougall. Wm., fisherman, Ballycurrie sh 
McFarlaneClms, farmer. Cranslagmory 
Macfie. M. fanner, Mid Park, Inchmarnock 
McFie Duncan, gardener, Kames castle 
Macfie. Hugh's heirs, farmer, Ballycaul 
Macfie, Mrs Jas. L., 6 Creek drv 
Macfie. John, farmer, Alltan-Righ 
Macfie. John, farmer, Lower Ettrick 
McGlashan Dug . yachtmaster. Marine rd 
McGregor, Mrs Eliz., Pointhouse cres 
McGregor Mrs, Sardinia pi 
McGregor, Miss, Glenlee 
Mellraith. mis Elsie, Edina villa 
M-Intosh, Don., Orchid vil, Pointhouse cres 
Mclntyi e Andrew, farmer. Glenmore 
Mclntyre Alex., farmer, Dunalunt 
Mclr.tyre Mrs Don,, Lome pi 
Mclntyre Mrs Eliz., farmer, Kildavannan 
Mclntyre, Arch, farmer, Ballanlay 
Mclntyre , engineer, Pointhouse cres 
McKay John. Pointhouse cres 
McKinnon Arch, Angus pi 
McLean Dugald, farm manager, Mechnoch 
McKay Mrs John, farmer, Barone Park 
McKay Mrs. 1 Stewart st 
McKechnie, John, Govandale nl 
McKellar John, fisherman, Straad 
McKcllar Mrs Peter. Florida vil 
MeKenzie wiss. Stella Maris 
McKinnon Mrs Don. , Marine rd 
McKinnon Mrs, Quay st 
McKirdy Gilbert, carter, Angus pi 
McKirdv Wm, Ardmalish cot 
McKirdy Wm, Straad 
McLean. John, Castle st 
McLean Lach.. farmer, Cranslagloan 
McManus, Thomas, golf course keeper, 

McMillan Duncan, joiner, Inveryne pi 
McMillan mis James, Burnside ave 
McMillan Mrs Sarah. Angus pi 
McPhail Alex., roadman, Lome pi 


McPhail John, motorman, Buckingham tei 
McPhail Mrs, Male,, Marinerd 
McQueen, Andrew, carpenter, 2G Castle st 
McQueen Neil, labourer, Brown's land 
McQueen Mrs, Marine rd 
McViear John, Kilmichael 


Narrowmore F>ed, Govandale pi 
Nelson W H, Govandale pi 
Xicol Mrs, Lome pi 
Niven James, Ulva pi 

Orr Hugh Kerr, tailor, 31 Marine rd 

Paterson Mrs, Inveryne pi 

Paton James, Victoria pi 

Petrie, James, cabinetmaker, Govandale pi 

Poole Mrs, Strone view 


Ritchie James S.. farmer Gortans 
Robertson Arch., tramway manager, Point- 
Robertson Jas, Marine rd 
Robertson Jas. , Marine rd 
Robertson Jas. , miller, Greenan 
Robnson Mrs Janet, Sardinia pi 
Rodger Miss, Rose cot 
Rodger Wm., saddler, Bannatyne Mains rd 
Rodger, Mrs. Bannatyne Mains road 

Salmon Ttrs, Govandale pi 
Semple J. C, chemist, Lamont pi 
Sharp, Daniel, surfaceman. lona pi 
Shaw Daniel, blacksmith, Straad 
Shaw Neil, ploughman, Fldinmore 
Shearer Jas., yachtmaster, Quay st 
Shearer Matthew, boat-hirer. Marine rd 
Shields Rob t., Royal Hotel. Shore st 
Sievewrght Wm H. . Victoria pi 
Simpson, Mrs and Hugh, farmers, West St 

Simpson John, farmer, Mid St Colmac 
Sinclair, Dugald, seaman, Inveryne pi 
Smart A, gamekeeper, Kames Castle 
Smart James, Royal pi 
Smith Mrs Georgina J, Sardinia pi 
Smith John, Castle st 
Smith mis. Creek drive 
Smith John, blacksmith, Ettrick 


Souter Mrs Mary, Rosbery pi 
Stalker Gilbert, teacher, Lamont pi 
Stalker Gilb., yachtmaster, Lamont pi 
Stevenson Mrs Janet, farmer, Kilbride 
Stewart Alex. & Robt., farmes, Nether 

Stewart, Arch,, blacksmith, New Hafton pi 
Stewart Mrs Mary, Nether Ardroscadale 
Stewart Mrs Mary, Stratford, Pointhouse 
Stewart, Robert W., church officer, Inver- 

yne pi 
Stewart Wm, gardener, Buckingham ter 
Stewart, Wm.. Marine rd 
Stewart Mrs, Cuilnashamrag 
Stinson, manager,Tramways, pointhouse 
Stirling Robt, Angus pi 
Sutherland Geo., Ebenezer pi 
Sutherland John gardener, Iona pi 
Symons Benjamin, Ardentigh 


Wallace, Arch.. Tighentudor 

Wallace Dan., gamewatcher, Tiglientuder 

Wallace Jms gar lener 

Waters mis Helen. Marine rd 

Webster, Wm,, Inveryne pi 

Weir Mnlcolm, Rullecheddan 

Weir Mrs Margt., Mariue rd 

Welsh George, baker, Melbourne pi ; ho, 

Beechbank, Bannatyne Mains rd 
Whyte W. S., Daisy bank 
Wilson James, contractor, Victoria pi 
Wilson James jun. Old quay head 
Wotherspoon John, draper, Ulva pi 


Taylor Jas., baker, lona pi 
Thomson David, blacksmith. N Hafton pi 
Thomson, James, moulder, Govandale pi 
Thomson mi's Margt., Royal pi 
Thomson Nurss, Stewarthall 

Yuille, Arthur, Karnes bank 

Carriage Hirer, Carting Contractor and Fruiterer — Robert Currie, Port-Banna- 

tyne. Donkey and Pony Rides and Races at Ettrick Bay in Season. 
The Anchor Tavern for Red Tape Whisky 

Parish of King-arth 

(Including the Village of Kilchattan Bay). 


Allan fames, Albert place, Kilchattan Bay 
Alexander Mrs, Kilcliattan Bay 
Anderson, Go, S., compositor, Kilchattan B 


Esplin W. T., schoolmaster, Kingarlh 


liaillie Geo,, farmer, Langalbuinoch 

liaillie Win, Culevine, Kilchattan Bay 

I'.annatyne Mrs, Fernlea 

Bannatyne Mrs Bryce Kilchattan Bay 

Ballantyne, Ascog bank 

Begg James, blacksmith, Kingarth 

Begg , gardener, Ascog bank 

Beith Miss J, Kilchattan Bay 

Bell Duncan, baker, Kilchattan Bay 

Bell Malcolm, mason, Kilchattan Mill 

Bell M. jun., mason, Kilchattan Hay 

Black D, Windsor cot, Mountstuart 

Black Daniel, joiner, Kerrycroy 

Black Robert, roadman, Kilchattan Butts 

Blackwood Hiss A, Kilchattan Bay 

Boag John Scott, fencer, Birgidale Butt 

lirodie, Miss Flora, Kilchattan Bay 

Bryden Wm, sch. bd. clerk, Kilchattan By 


Calder A, coachman, Millbank 
Campbell Archd. Ascog 
Campbell A A (of Giffnock), Kilcliattan By 
Campbell, Colin, farmer, Ascog 
Campbell Duncan, Kilchattan Bay 
Campbell Mrs Wm., Kilcliattan Bay 
Christer Miss C, teacher, Kilchattan Bay 
Christer Dvd., tilework labourer, Kil. Bay 
Clapperton W. , traveller, Kilchattan Bay 
Connell Edward, traveller, Kilcliattan Bay 
Cowie L., Mountstuart 
Crawford John., farmer, Little Kilchattan 
Crawford, Thos., farmer. Drumreoch 
Crawford Wm., farmer, Langalchorad 
Crawford Wm., hotel keeper, Kingarth 


Davis Peter, Kilchattan Bay 
Dean Adam, quarryman, Kilchattan Bay 
Dean John, plouehman, Piperhall 
Bott Angus, Culevin 
Duncan Miss Bella., Kilchattan Bay 


Farmer David, gardener, Millbank 
Fenwick R, garden cottage, Ascog 
Ferguson David, farmer, Ardnahoe 
Ferguson Dun. milkman, Culevin 
Ferguson Miss K, Wee Bay, Kilchattan Bay 
Fisher Geo., bootmaker, Kilchattan Bay 
Fleming Rbt, ssc, Oakfield, Kilchattan B 
Fisher James, Kilchattan Bay 
Fisher Peter, hedger, Kerrylamont 
Fisher Wm, postman, Kilchattan Bay 
Fraser Mrs A S, Kilchattan Bay 


Galbraith Miss E.. Kilcliattan Bay 
Galbraith mis John, Kilchattan Bay 
Gemmell Wm, farmer. Kerrytonlia 
Gill Hugh, labourer, Kilchattan Bay 
Gill James, Kingarth 
Gillespie W., Gilroy, Kilchattan By 
Gilmour Thomas, tilemaker, Kilchattan By 
Gordon Robt., gamekeeper, Mountstuart 
Gracie , Home farm, Mountstuart 

Greig David, Kiln villa, Kilcliattan Bay 


Hall Jas, vineries, Ascog 

Hall , gardener, Burnside, Ascog 

Heron Michael, gardener, Mountstuart 

Hinshilwood J, Ascog cot 

Houston R, Kilchattan Bay 

Jardine Mrs, Balmory 

Johnston Alex, joiner, Mountstuart 


Keith Mrs Dan., Mountstuart cots 
Keith Duncan, Mountstuart cots 
Kelso Malcolm, Kilchattan Bay 
Kilpatriek R, Kil. Bay 


Laidlaw Win, Balmory 
Lamont Andrew, joiner, Newfarm 
Lamont James molecatcher, Kilchattan Bt 
Linden James, hedger, Birgidale Butt 
Linsley, J C, organist, Mountstuart 
Little James, ploughman, Kilchattan Bay 
Logan James, carrier, Kilchattan Bay 
Logan Jas., gamewatcher, Birgidale Butt 
Lucas James, teacher, KilchattanBay 
Lyon Alex, farmer, Baretield 
Lynn J, Kil. Bay 


Marshall Thomas, grocei, Kilchattan Bay 
Martin Mrs Archd,, farmer, Largiezean 
.Martin James, farmer, Nether Stravannan 
Martin Mrs John, fanner, Kerryinenoch 
Martin Mrs Moses, Kilchattan uay 
Meiklejohn mis Jessie, Mill cot., Kingarth 
Melville T, Kilchattan bay 
Middleton Angus, Newfarm 
Middleton Kobert, watchman, Mountstuart 
Middleton Kodden mis, Kilchattan Bay 
Mitchell Mrs, Ascog Pose Office 
Morrison James, baker, Kilchattan Bay 
Morrison John, Ashgrove, Kilchattan Bay 
Morrison John, fisherman, Kilchattan Bay 
Morrison Kobt., fisherman, Kilchatian Bay 
Murray David, farmer, Quocnag 
Murray John, ploughman, Kingarth 


McAlister Kobert , farmer, Mid-Ascog 
McAllister Mrs W, Gatehouse, Kilchattan B 
McArthnr A. J., Kilchattan Bay 
McArthur, Donalu. K H., Kilchattan Bay 
Macbeth, Miss Mary, Ar ..ascog 
McCalman D., p c, Kinga.i ill Police station 
McDermot D, Monnistuai t 
McDougall Mrs Jas., Kilchatta.'i Bay 
McDougall Js jun., engineer, Kilchattan B 
McDougall Miss Jane, grocer, Kilchattan B 
McDougall Jn., fisherman, Kilcliattan Bay 
McDougall John, ploughman, Mid-Ascog 
McDougall Kobt, farmer, Birgidale Crieff 
Macewen Professor, South Garrochty 
McFarlane, Mrs Agnes, Ascog 
McFarlane Win., farmer, Culevin and 

Meikle Kilchattan 
Mactie Alex., fencer, Kilchattan Butt 
Mactie Dn. jn., carriage hirer, Kingarth 
Mactie Dan., seauian. Kilchattan ks»y 
.Mactie Fergus, mason. Kilchattan Bay 
Mactie James, forester, Cossan 
Mactie Mrs l.obt.,, Kerrycroy 
Macfie Kobt., joiner, Kilchattan Bay 
Mcintosh , Kilchannan Bay 
Mclntyre Arch., labourer, Kilchattan Bay 


^'clvor P., Kerrycroy 

McKay Chas.. tailor. Kilchattan Bay 

McKay Miss Jane, Kilchattan Bay 

McKay Mrs Margt., fanner, Brucl'ag 

McKay Mrs Kobert, Kilchattan Bay 

McKay Win., Ascog liouse 

McKellar Male, gamekeeper, Baramore 

McKenzie John, gardener, Stevenson home 

McKill Robt , printer, Kilchattan Bay 
McKinnon John, joiner, Piperhall 
Mci.ellan mis Helen, Kerrycroy 
MeLeod N., gardener, Milluank, Ascog 
McMillan Arch., jn.. ploughman, Bruchag 
McMillan capt. Daniel, Kilchattan Bar 
McMillan Wm, boatman, Kilchattan Bay 
McNee Mrs J. Kilchattan Bav 

Page D, Govandale, Kilchattan Bay 
Park Alx com. traveller, Kilchattan Bay 


Robertson Arch, farmer, Birgidale Knock 
Robertson James. Kilchatian Bay 
Robertson R., Kilchattan Bay 
Rose Mas David, Newlarm 
Ross Mrs, Kilchattan Bay 


Saunders p.ev John, M..A., B. d., Kingarth 
Shaw Arch, ploughman, Kerrytonlia 
Shields Jas., engineer, Mountstuart 
Siddall, Miss Annie, Kilchattan Bay 
Smith, mis Millbrae, Ascog 
Speirs Mrs, Piperhall 
Steel Robert, tilework lab., Kilchattan By 
Stevenson Jas, Ascog Hall 
Stewart Mrs Jas., Kerrycroy 
Stewart Thos., farmer. Ascog 
Stewart Wm., -wood man, Kilchattan Bav 
Stuart John, Marquis of Bute, Mount- 
stuart House 


Thomas John, trapper. Kilchattan Bav 
Thomson Dvd. engineer, Kilchatian Bay 


Walker T, Kilchattan Bay 

Wallace Daniel, gamekeeper, Piperhall 

Whyte T, Balmory rd 

Wilkinson John, kilchattan Bay 

Wlison Hugh, Kerrycroy 

Wilson Wm., butcher, Kilchatan Bay 

Wilson mis, Ellangowan, Ascog 

Winter Rev. William, Ascog 

Wood Mis, Gowanlea, Kilchattan Bay 


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Campbell, Alex, 29 Watergate 
Campbell Wm , 45 Watergate st 
Mackinnon Jms, c R a, 11 Albert pi 
Montgomerie, Ach., 11 Albert pi 

JE rated Water Manufacturers 
Cunningham '& Co., Palace bldgs 

DewaP, Duncan. 15 Castle st 
McKinlay, Andrew M.. 6 Castle st 
MrLiritock. George M., High st 

Art Needleworkers 
Maemillan s. 21 Argyle st 
'Phone, No. 92 

Campbell, Alex., 29 Watergate 
Montg-omepie Arch., Albert pi 
McKendriek, Walter, 29 Watergate 

Co-Opepative Soc. 7 E Princes st 
Kerr John, 11 Wyndham id 
Lamont, John, 19 Gallowgate 
Lamont. J. F., 69 Montague st 
Moppis, David I., Montague st 
Muat, George, 15 Tower st 
MuiP, Charles, 17 High st, 17 Argyle st 
McCallum Adam, 10 & 50 Montague st 
McMeekan Jas, 25 E Princes st 
McNieol, James, S7 Montague st 
McNieol, Neil, 81 High st & 23 Mon- 
tague st 
Robertson, John, 11 E Princes st 

Billiard Rooms 
Lawpie, John M, Gallowgate 


Allen David & Sons, Mansefield pi 


BaiPd, Andrew B., 113 High st 
M'Biide, Robert, John st 
Shaw Daniel, Croft lane 
Watson & Son, 11- 13 Castle st 

Boarding Houses and Camps 
Ataepfoyle 13 Battery p,Mrs Peacock 
Apdwell, Craigmore— Mrs Renwick 
Apdyne-Elysium, Craigmore — 

Apgyle Boarding House, 11 Argyle pi 

— Mrs Wilson, proprietrix 
Aseog 1 Hotel. Ascog — Miss Stewart 
Ashbupn- 15 Mountstuart id, Turn- 
Bell-Tpaes, 7 Mountstuart rd — Don- 
ald M Stewart 
Bpeadalbane. 1 Mountstuart rd — A 

Nelson Fyfe 
Clifton— Argyle ter— Miss M'Neill ■ 
Co-Opepative Camp, Canada Hill 
Cpaiglea, Mountstuart rd — Mr Stir- 
Craigmope House, near Pier — AB 

& M Terris f 

Cpaiglelea.Ardbeg rd— Mrs McCord 
Cpuden, Bishop ter— Mrs Millar 
Delhi House, 19 Craigmore road- 
Messrs Johnston & Plumpton. 
Empire, 5 Battery pi — Mrs Bain- 
Helenslea, Crichton road — Mr &Mrs 

Crawford, proprietors. 
Healthepies, Canada Bill — James 

Ivy House, A M Boyd, 8 Argyle pi 
Ottepbupn — Mrs Johnston, 40 Argyle 

Pension Craigmore— S Blaikey *»>-■• 
Pension, Craigmore — Miss Cariick '? 
Rivepsdale, 36 Argyle s-Js Gillespie 
Shepton, 13 Battery pi— Mrs Read 
Weipholm, 23 Battery pi— Mrs Weir 
Windsor Boarding House, 27 Bat- 
tery pi— Spittal 
Woodbank, 38 Ardbeg rd— Misses 

Boat Builders 

Cooke Wm., 15 Bridge st 
Dewap Francis, Church lane, High st 
M'Farlane, George, Mill st 
Scott, Walter, M'Nab's brae 
Taylor Jas., Ladeside 
I 129 

TRADERS- Kotbesav. 


Boat Hirers 

Campbell John, E. Princes st 
Dewar, Francis, Esplanade 
Fpeckleton, Chas, Mountstuart id 
Freckleton. James, Esplanade 
Knox, Duncan, Albeit pi 
Lamoni Norman, West Esplanade 
Leitch, JDuncan. Ardbeg 
McFaplane, George, Esplanade 
McGaw Alex-, West Esplanade 
Mclvep, Jas., West Bay 
Scott Walter, AVest bay 
Taylor, Jas, Esplanade 

Booksellers, Newsagents, 
Stationers, &c 

Allan, Hisses, 102 Montague st 
Brown Miss Isa, 15 Gallowgate 
Buchanan Andrew, 49 Mont gue st 
Clay, T. M., 11 Victoria st 
Craighead Mrs, Guildford sq 
Dougall •! s . 21 Victoria st, 27 & 29 

Montague st. and 33 Gallowgate 
Duncan, Miss, Argyle st 
Fairlie W, 58i High st 
Lyle, Miss 1 Montague st 
McDonald, J., 8 1 ridge-end st 
M'JSicol Miss, 6 Bishop st 12 Albert pi 
Robertson, Marion, 45 High st 
Sinclair, T & M, E Princes st 
Stewart, Misses M. & F., 80 Ardbeg rd 
Waterson, Mrs, Montague st 

Boot and Shoemakers 

Dick, R & J, Ltd , 44 Montague st 
Duncan, Alex., Bishop st 
Edwards E, 75 Ardbeg rd 
Greenles* & Sons, Montague st 
Houston John, 12 Mill st 
Murdoch Angus, 2 1 Watergate 
McKay Duncan. 5 W Princes st 
McStay Jo>eph, 8 Ladeside 
Stead & Simpson, 99 Montague st 
Stewart, David, (late R. & J. Dick), 

105 Montague st 
Stirling- WM, 6 Bridgend st 
Thompson, James 94 Montague st 
WeiP. Dugald 71 Montague st 


Campbell. Jas. (second hand goods) 

6 Ladeside 
Dewar Francis, Church lane, High st 
Faulds Wm., 11 & 13 Mill st 
McReavy, John, 14 Watergate 
Wiiliamson, 21, 23, 25, 28 Millst 


Bone, Robert, Russell st 
Duncan James, 62 Ladeside st 
Hunter John, Castle st 
Lyle, Wm., Townhead 
McCord, Robt, 15 Mill st 
Pinkerton James, loa Bridgend st 

'Bus Proprietors 

M'Kirdy & M'Millan, L Princes st 


British and Argentine Meat Coy, Mon- 
tague st 
Blyth, John, 115 Montague st 
Bro wnlie Wm., Watergate 
Crawford Brothers, 19 Gallowgate 
Currie, Duncan, 3 Bishop st 
Eastman's Limited, 57 Montague st 
Jones John, is9 High st 
Montgomerie Brothers, Albert pi 
M'Intype. James, d .Montague 
SquaiP, Wm. H., 5 Gallowgate 
Wilkinson John, 19Waterga 

Cabinet Makers 

Dodds, John G, C- ' i.eck pi 
Gentleman R.uert, High st 
Mathers, W., 3 Gallowgate 
Smith, James, 13 Bishop st 
SpeiPS, Chas S, Creek drive, Ardbeg 

Carriage Hirers 

Gordon Jas, 22 Bridge st 

M'Kirdy & M'Millan. East Princes st 

Martin, J. & A., Chapelhill rd; Call 

Office, 20 East Princes st 
Pullen Charles J, 21 Bridge st 

Rothesay and Glasgow— 
BiPnie, Wm., 100 Montague st ; Glas 
gow — 37 Mitchell st, & 3i Hutchison st 
M'Grilp, Daniel, 3 Tower st ; Glasgow 
—84 Virginia st., 104 E. Howard St., 
and 17 Miller st 
Rothesay, Port-Bannatyne and 


Faulds, W Mill st 
Meikle & MeKellap, Quay 
M'Gilp Daniel, 3 Tower st 
Shaw & Gillies, Quay 

Carting Contractors 
Faulds W, 11 Mill st 
M'Coll John, 2(j Columshill st 
Meikle & MeKellap, Quay 
Mackipdy, Taggart, 34 Bishop st 
Snaw it Gillies Quay 


KiPkwood, David, 111 High st 
McBride James, John st 
Morrison Robert, Stuart st 
Robertson, John, Watergate 

Roseland Camp, Canada hil 

TRADERS— Rothesay. 

Cattle Dealer 

Millar W C, Cruden 

Chemists and Druggists [168 

Gemmell John 20 Argyle sfc. 'Phone, 
Hicks Geo & Son, 1 Victoria st 
Hill, Geo G., 64 Montague sL 
Lyle, Win, 13 E Prince's st 
Meldpum Win., 43 Victoria st, and 

Drug stores. 
Hunter's Photo store, 19 Bridgend st 
Roebuck. C W, 19 Columshill st 

Chimney Sweepers 

The Slaters and 
Pinkerton, Jas., 10a Bridgend st 
Miller Win., 1» Stewart st 
Stagg , 27 High st 

China &, Earthenware Dealers 

Doug all J S, 1 Albert pi 
LawPie T., 2 W. Princes st 
McDonald Mrs, 6 Bridgend st 
Mc Rae, J, 29 Gallowgate 

Coal Merchants 

Andrews , Church In, High st 
Dixon, Win, Limited. 13 King st 
Halliday George Ltd., Stuart st 
Hogarth. John, 13 Bishop st 
Mackirdy Taggart, 38 Bishop st 
♦Sturgeon, Robert, 20 Mill st 

The Grocers and 
Allan, Mrs E. R.. 63 Victoria st 
Bonacorsi , Watergate 
Buchanan, I. & M., Victoria st 
Boulevard Victoria st 
Kirkwood Mrs, Gallowgate 
Dobbie. Miss J., the Pier 
Haig. Mrs, Kiosk, Meadows 
Johnston, Duncan.. 12 Bridgend st 
Johnston Mrs, 72 Victoria st 
Lawson Mrs, 17 Victoria st 
McCallum Adam, 10 & 50 Montague st 
McDougall, Robt., 6 Argyle st 
McFarlane A, 22 Bishop st 
McFa Plane. Samuel, 9 Gallowgate 
Mc Vicar, Miss, 24 West Princes st 
Torri P, Montague st, Dean Hood pi, 

Gallowgate & Victoria st 
McMillan Mrs, Watergate 

Halliday, George, Lmtd, Rothessay 
Pier builders. General Contractors 
and Contractors for Tar Macadam 
roadways and pavements 

Cycle and Motor Agents 
and Repairers 

AiPd, David, 1 Mill st 

Garage, W Castle st 
Baprie Thos. , Glenrosa pi 

Gillies John, 45 Montague -t 
Thorn Alex, & Co, 22 Bridge st 
Wilson, R, 91 Montague st 

Dairy Keepers, &c. 

Birkett Mrs, Dean Hood pi 
Buttercup Dairy Co., Montague st 
Callan Mrs, K Princes st 
Laidlaw Miv, IX Bishop st 
Lauder, Mrs, Carlton Dairy Cafe, 19 

Argyle st 
Love, Miss M, 3 Dean Pi 
Mavpole Dairy Co. . 56 Montague st 
McDougall Miss, 1 Gallowgate 
McMillan, John, Watergate 
Stone, Mrs Joseph, 2 Columshill st 
Young, Miss 13 Wyndhanird 

Gordon T, Libia, Skeoch -wood 
Mclllraith, James R., Edina villa, 

Thomson E Purvis, lds., RCS, Edin, 

1 Argyle pi 
Wylle Hugh, 4 Bishop st 


Brown A & Son, 31 dt 33 Montague st 
Caldwell Brothers, 1 and 2 Albert p 

and 13 Montague st 
Hill George, 78 Montague st 
Lauder, Misses J & A, 88 Montague st 
Lauder, Rbt., 9 W Princes st, & Albert p 
Miller <fe Co., 48 Montague st 
Muip, Wm. C, 19 Montague st 
M 'Arthur, Peter, Albert pi 
Maepone Alex, White House 


Barr, Miss, E. Princes st 
Fpeekleton, Misses, Ornatus ter 
Henderson Miss, Bute mansions 
Haig, Miss, Seabank buildings 
Higgie, Miss Mrgt. M'L., 20 Bridge st 
McLea, Miss, 39 Argyle st 
M'Pherson Miss, Columshill st 
Pinkerton Miss, Columshill st 
Weir, Miss, Mountpleasant 

Dyers and Cleaners 
Rapid Valet Service Co., 6 Dean 
Hood pi 


Read Wilfred Edward. 9 Montague st 
Thom A & Co, 22 Bridge st 


AiPd, David, 1 Mill st 
Thorn A & Co, 22 Bridge st 

TRADE R S— Rothesay 



Ardbeg . . 
Bogany .. 
Eastlands ' . . 
Kncckanreoch and 

Little Grenach . . 
Little Barone 

Meikle Grenach . . 

Mrs Alex Carrie 
Alex McLaren 
A & J Bodys 
Duncan Currie 
Neil M'Gilvary 
Andrew T Ritchie 

Jas M'lntvif 
John M'Coll 
Peter Canning 
Malcolm McPhee 
Dugald Cowan 
Mrs John Currie 
MrsT. H. Harvey 


Rothesay Firewood Co, 4S Mill st 

Fish Curers 

BaPP, Peter <fe Sons. Ltd.. 18 26, 2S & 

35 Watergate 'Phone No. 169 
Slaven John S, West Castle st 
Tweedley John, 17 Stuart st 


Jeffrey , 5 Tower st 

Slaven, J S, 22 High st and 61 Mod. 

tague st 
Smith, John, 35 Victoria st 
Thopbupn, Angus, 117 Montague st 
Thopbupn, John, 18 W. Princes st. 

Florists, Nurserymen, Seeds. 
men, and Market Gardeners. 

Cuthbertson, M & Co., Craigmore 

Nursery, Crichton rd 
Geddes, John G., Springfield, 69 High 
Hall Harry, Burnside. Millhole 
Hall James. Vineries, Ascog 
Lister, Alex., Meadowbank, Barone r 

shop, 11 High st 
McEwan & McMillan, Eden pi, 

High st 
M'Laren, John. Braeside 
M'Laren , Ashtield 

Fruiterers and Greengrocers 
Beattie Miss M., 9 Argyle st 
Burgoyne, Mrs. 95 Montague st 
Kenneth W B , 79 Montague st 
Joyce, J, 74A Ardbeg rd 
Lawson Mrs, 17 Victoria st 
Lister Miss, High st 
M'Donald &■ Hannay, 25 Gallon gate 
•M'Dougall Miss, 1 Gallowgate 
Marin tyre, M. & E., Wyndhamroad 
M'Nicol, Miss, E. Princes st 
Rankin. Misi'es. Albert pi 
Slaven, James, 10 W. Princes st 
Slaven, John, Stuart st 


Gentlemen s Furnishers. 

Brown Isa, Gallowgate 
Burgoyne Wbi. , S5 Montague st 
Meikle Helen, Victoria st 
McKay Charles, Victoria st 
McLaehlan. John, 67 Montague st 
Prentice George, 25 Victoria st 

Murray D. C. & Co., 86 Montague st 
also several Painters and Joiners. 

Grain, Seed and Potato Mer- 
chants and Manure Agents 
Fisher, James, King st, W Castle st & 

King's Mill, Mill st 
McKav, John, 10 King st 
McEwan & McMillan, 68 High st 
McMillan, Wm., John st 

Grocers and Provision 

(Licensed marked I). 
Barclay Mrs Margt.,Wyndham rd 
Baxter, John M ., 19b Argyle st 
Bryee Alex.. Barone rd 
Hair James, 3 Mill st 
Brown, Mrs Alex. 34 Columshill st 
Callan, Geo. M., 21 E Princes st 
Cooper & Co. , Montague st 
Cunningham, And, 47 Victoria st 
Cunningham. Danl, SI Montague s- 
Currie, Miss, 14 Castle st 
lEdgap Walter, 2 Castle st 
ZEwing 1 , John, 8 W Princes st 
Findlay. Wm., 137 High st 
Fmlay, Peter, Wyndham rd 
Hamilton, Andrew, 2 Bridge-end .^t 
Harvey Mrs B., 27 Mill st 
Hill, Miss. Ladeside st 
IHolt Jas, Columshill st 
Horn Samuel, 28 Bishop st 
Kirkwood Mrs Sarah, 6 Gallowgate 
Laidlaw Mrs, 11 Bishop st 
Lamont Daniel jun. 92 High st 
Lipton. Ltd.. Montague st 
ZMaitland, Joseph, 62 Montague st 
Maltman, Mrs Arch., Mill st 
£Mil!as?, Mrs Andrew M. , 1 Argyle st 
ZMoodie George, 72 Ardbeg rd 
M'Callum, Mrs Neil. 96 Montague st 
McFarlane, Samuel, 9 Gallowgate 
Mcltosh Miss Nellie, 73 High st 
McKendrlck, mi-". 39 Watergate 
Mackinnon mis John, 6 Montague 
ZM'Lean Chas., Mill st 
McNab, Hamilton, S4 High st 
Stone, Mrs Joseph, 2 Columshill st 
Stirrat Mr & Mrs, 8 Dean Hood pi 
?Swanston Arthur & Son, W Prin- 
ces st 
Swanston & Fulton, 54 Montagues 
/Urquhart, J. A. & Son, 13 Argyle st 


TRADERS Rothesay. 

Cameron, G. O., 51 Victoria st 
Gardiner, J., W Princes st 
Morrison, Arch., 90 Montague st 
McMillan, Arclid, 7 High st 
Weir, Wm, 4 Bridge st 

Hotel Keepers 

l Licensed 
/Blair, John, (Victoria), 57 Victoria st 
Bradbury T A. Madeira, 1 Tower st 
/Crawford Robt, (Qneen's),Argyle st 
Fepgusson, John, Esplanade Temp, 

Guildford sq 
Glenburn Hydro, Mountstu irt id 
/Grindley ,Miss. ( Argyle),27 Watergate 
/Haggapt, Mrs GW, (Royal), Albert pi 
Keith Mrs, (Livingstonia), Guildford so 
Lyle, J. <fc M., (George), Argyle st 
/Lyle. John, (Lome), Guildford sq 
M'Millan,, James, WestPrinces st 
Pirie, Mrs G., (Osborne), 87 Victoria st 
"Watson William (Bute Arms), Guild- 
ford sq 

House Agents and Factors. 

Campbell, Alex., 29 Watergate 
Dewar, Duncan, Castle st 
Fisher James, W. Castle st 
Miller, Robert C, Jlontague st 
Montgomerie, Arch. , Albert pi 
31 'Arthur, Peter, Albert pi 
Macbeth & Maelagan, Mount- 
MCallum, John, Savings bank 
McKellar, capt Peter, Craigmore pier 
Mackinnon Jas , cka, 11 Albert pi 
Wilson, Alexander & Co., Castle 

House Furnishers 

Dodds, John G., Tower st 
Innes-, M. & G., 101 Montague st 
Mathers Walter, 3 Gallowgate 
M'Guire, Mrs, Russel st 
Robertson, Angus, Bridgend st 

Insurance Agents 

Campbell, Alex., 29 Watergate 
Campbell, J. R., Clydesdale bank 
Dewar Duncan. 15 Castle st 
Grant, Wm., Castle st 
Higgle, George, 22 Bridge st 
Hill Jack, Barone rd 

Logan Hugh. IS Ardbeg rd 

M'Kay, Chas. Jan., 1G Windsor pi 
Mackinnon, George, 17 Bishop st 
Mackinnon James, c ra, Albert pi 
Masterton, J. L., Bank of Scotland 
Montgomerie, Arch., Albert pi 
McCallum, John, Savings bank 
Speirs. Charles,S,Creek Drive, Ardbeg 
Tait M., Bishop st 
Turner, Colin B., Craigmore 
Thorburn, Andw, Royal Bank 
Wilson, Alexander & Co., Castle st 

' Ironmongers 
Brown & Co., 43 Montague st 
Gillies John, 45 Montague st 
Laurie, T., 31 Watergate 
Maitland George, 7c Bridgend st 
McNafo, John, West Princes st 
Napier, Thomas, 68 Montague st 
iiid Bazaar, Montague st 

Blair, Duncan , 22 Bridge st 
Bowman, Wm., 1 West Castle st 
Brown, Alex., 18 Mill st 
Dob Die, Alex., Bishop terrace br 
Dobbie & Morrison, Ladeside 
Dodds, John G, Colbeck pi 
Dolmes, John, 83 Montague st 
HJohnstone , Ladeside 
Morrison, Robert, Stuart st 
McBride, James, John st 
McCallum & Son, 50 High st & Ard- 

bea' rd 
McNab, Alex. & Son, 24 Watergate st 
Robertson John, 33a Watergate 
Smith James, 13 Bishop st 
Speirs, Chas. S., Creek drive, Ardbeg 
Taylor, Edward, 6 Columshill st 

Ladies' & Children's Outfitters 

Astle, Mrs, 100 Montague st and 1 & 2 

Dean Hood si 
Begg Miss, Bridgend st 
Bradley Margaret, Bishop st 
Finlay. Miss, 93 Montague st 
Freekleton, Misses, Ornatus ter- 
race, Ardbeg 
Heaton Miss Marion, 75 Montague sg 
Hill Mrs, 85 Montague st 
Hogg - , Mrs, 15 Argyle st 
Huteheon Mrs, 9a Gallowgate 
Johnston G & A, 67 Victoria st 
Lauder. Misses J. & A., 88 Montague s 
Lauder. Robert, 7 Albert pi 
Miller & Co.. 53 Montague st 
McArthur, Miss, 69 Victoria st 
McConnell C. & Co., 21 Montague st 
McConnell & McArthy, 59 Mon 
tague st 


TRADERS— Rothesa y 


Maepherson MissF, 4iGallowgate 
Maemillan's. 7. IS & 21 Argyle st. 

'Phone No., 92 
McTavish, miss, 55 Victoria st 
Richardson Miss, Bridgend st 
Seott M.& Co., 14 West Princes st 
Whiteford, Miss, 3 Dean Hood pi 

Laundry Keepers 

Johnstone Miss, 25 Barone rd 
Richmond Park— agency, Chapelhill rd 
Rothesay Steam Laundry — Bridge 
st — Robert S. Mackenzie, proprietor 
Symes, Mrs, 85 High st 


Clay. T. M., 11 Victoria st 
Dougall. J. S., 21 Victoria st 
Stewart Institute, Montague st 

Lime Merchant 
Maekirdy, T., 34 & 38 Bishop st 


Fisher, James, the King's Mill. Mill st 
Robertson, James, Greenan Mill 


Astle, Mrs, 100 Montague st 
McConnell, C & Co., 21 Montague st 
Maepherson, Miss 4i Gallowgate 
McTavish Miss. Victoria st 
Paterson, J., 31 Victoria st 

Newspaper Correspondents 
and Advertising Agents 

Kwing, A., Buteman Office 
Higgie, Geo., Directory and Guide Office 
Mackenzie, M., Express Office 
•Stevenson Charles W. Buteman office 

Office Supplies. 

Bute Commercial Bureau, 41 Wa- 


Canning 1 Jas & Son, John st 
Ferguson Alex., 7 Bridgend st 
Hyndman Andrew, Colbeck pi ; ho, 

4 Minister's brae 
Murray, D. C. & Co., 86 Montague st 
Stark John, 16 Argyle st 
Stark John, jun., Chapelhill rd 
M'Fie, Dugald H., 65 High st 
Stewart W. & J., 22 W Princes st 


Innes, George, W. Castle st 


Adamson & Son, 23 Argyle 

Burnette, F.R., Dean Hood pi 
Sweet, Charles & Son., 19 Battel y p 
Whiteford, Robt., 23 Argyle st 
Rodger, David, 9 Victoria st 

Duncan, Matthew & Co., Ladeside 
McQuistin John, John st 

Picture Houses. 
De Luxe, off W Princes st 
Palace, E Princes st 


Chisholm Wm, nr Fountain, Ardbes 
Cruickshanks, John, 49 High 
Cunningham, Daniel, 17 Bridgend st 
Duncan Alex, Watergate 
Gilchrist. Robt, 13 the Terrace 
Miller Jas & Son, Columshill st 
Napier Thomas, 68 Montague st 
Morrison Bros., 33 Watergate 
Peacock, A R., 23 High st 


1— Stewart, John, 20 Bishop st 
2— McLean John, High st 
3— M'Donald, Jas., 3 Russell st 
4 — Jas Bell, 5 Montague st 
5— M'Lachlan Camp., 2 ilillst 
6 — Dalgleish John, Castle st 
7— Miller John, High st 
8— Young, Robert, Castle st 
9— Patrick Shields, 55 Montague st. 
10— Shaw, John, 19 Victoria st 
11— Maitland John, l J Mill st 
12— M'Lachlan Francis, 2 Mill st 


Alexander John, 32 Castle st 
Barr, Robt., 23 Columshill st 
Currie Wm, Coluurshill st 
Curry H, Eden pi 
Duncan, Robt., 19 Argyle st 
Ferguson, J., Argyle pi 
Jamieson Robt, 20 Bishop st 
Kean, Colin, 11 Mansefield pi 
Leitch, Colin, Port-Bannatyne 
Mutch, John W., 66 Montague st 
M'Arthur, E., 94 High st 
M'Farlane, R , Argyle st 
M'Gilvary H. 4 Hillhouserd 
M'Lean, D H, Barone rd 
M'Lellan, M., 27 Argyle st 
M'Nab, Russell, 17 Bishop st 
M'Neil, Thos.. Argyle st 
Nicholson Robt., 20 Bridge st 
Perston Gavin. 58 Ladeside st 
Robertson, John, 1 Columshill pi 
Smith, Arch., 11 Montague st 
Stewart J. 12 Millst 

Iv* <► 

TRADERS— Rothesay. 

Potted Meat Maker. 
Birnie, F., 21 Gallowgate 

Poulterers, ifcc. 
Jeffrey , 5 Tower st 

Slaven J S, 22 High st 61 Montague st 
Smith John, 35 Victoria st 
Thorbupn, Aneus, 117 Montague st 
Thorbupn, John, W, Princes st 

Printers and Publishers 
Buteman Ltd.. 10 Castle st— Chara M 

Stevenson, manager 
Higgle & Co., 22 Bridge st 

Bonnie Scotland s liesorts 
Beleija Skotlando 
Boni Shetland 
Bute County Directory 
The Coast 
La Enamiq'o de la Naci.oj 
Scottish Scenery 
Mackenzie M., Express office, 11 
Montague st 

Quarry Masters 
Halliday, Georie, Limited, Long Hill 
Quarry. Office— Sawmills. Whin 
Sets, Kerb. Road Metal, &c, &c 

Remnant Shops. 
McDonald Hugh, 32 High st 
Whiteford Miss, Dean Hood pi 

Restaurants and Tea Rooms. 

Allan, Mrs E. .T., 63 Victoria st 
Barr, Miss, Bishop st 
Bird , 3 Argyle st 
Boulevard, Victoria st 
Buchanan, Malcolm, 27 Victoria st 
Buchanan. Misses I. & M, 15 Victoria st 
Cottage Tea Rooms, Albert pi. 
Morrison Misses J & S, Albion, S9 

Victoria st 
Donaldson, David, 7 Bridge st 
Goldie Mrs, E. Princes st 
Heaton, W. H., Tun.. 23 E Princes st 
Johnston, -Mrs, 72 Victoria st 
Johnston, Daniel, 82 Montague st 
Kettledrum, .>uffridini, E Princes st 
Kendall Sisters. 106 Montague st 
Lawson, Mrs, 17 Victoria st 
Leitch, Henry, Argyle st 
Moretti D, 1*6 E Princes st 
M'Millan Miss, E Princes st 
M'Neil Dougall, 5 Montague st 
M'Quistan Miss. Montague st 
Napiep, W., "Royal," 111 Monague st 
Palace, Palace buildings, E Princes s 
Royal Oak, Watergate— Mrs Thorburn 
Robertson Robert J., Montague st 
Scott, Miss, E Princes st 
Stewart Institute, Montague st 



Living-stone Rich., 14 Castlehill st 
Whiteford Jas, 20 High st 

Saw Millers 

Halliday, George, Limited, Union st 
Home& Foreign Timber Merchants. 

Sewing Machine Agent. 

Robert M'Crindle, salesman, Tower st 

Kirkhope, Wm & Son, Townhead 

Shipping and Forwarding 

Halliday, George. Limited, Union st. 
Roth, and 50 V V ellington st. Glasgow 
Telegrams, "Halliday," Rothesay, & 
"Craigielea," Glasgow 

Miller, R C & Son, Montague st 

Hyndman, James & Son, Colbeek pi 
Leekie, Wm. M., Bridge st 
Miller, James & Son, Columshill st 
Paterson Robert & Son, 50 High st 

Spirit Merchants 
The Licensed Hotel-Keepers 
Bell, Duncan, "Galatea Bar, 3, 5 and 

7 Bride End st 
Campbell John, Black Bull, West 

Princes st 
Dewar Charles, 8 Castle st 
Brown, David, High st 
Campbell, Arch., Tower & Castlehill 

Crawford, Stewart, 4 Bridgend st 
Freetaairn. C J., Guildford sq & 

Montague st 
Galbraith Jas.. Castlehill st 
Heaton, James, 7 Victoria st 
Heaton, Robert, 12 E. Princes st 
McCarthy, James, 15 Stuart st 
M'Millan, Jas. S., E Princes st 
McRitchie Roderick, 20 Gallowgate 
O'Connor, Martin, 27 Gallowgate 
Robertson, Alex, 3 Victoria st 
Robertson Wm., 25 High st 
Taylor, D. M. , Tower st 
Walker, Alex., 70 Montague st 
'Watson John, Athletic Bar, Gallow- 

TRADERS— Kothesay. 

7 '1 

Steamboat Agents 

Faulds Wm, jun 

Meikle & M'Kellar (Williamson's) 

Maekirdy Taggart, Bishop st 

Paterson Charles (Caledonian) 

Shaw & Gillies (Bute) 

Sloan Hugh (G. & S.-W.) 

Tailors and Clothiers 

Huntep R A, Minister's br 
Johnston, James, 16 High st 
Miller, Robert C, 46 Montague st 
Mowat, P. M. , 7 Bishop st 
MacFone, Alex, 26 Montague st 
McKay Charles, 39 Victoria st 
Ppentiee, George, 25 Victoria st 
Sutherland Donald, 10 Gallowgate 
Yates, Walter, 39a Mill st 


See Official List. 


Higgle, George, 22 Bridge st ; Deli- 
gito Universala Esperanto Asocio 

Christie, Arthur S, Crichton rd 
Dryden George, Argyle st 
Dryden George J, Argyle st 
Love And. R, Dean Hood pi 
Morrison, Miss, Ardbeg rd 
M Kinlay Miss Marianne, Crichton id 
Rodger, David, 9 Victoria st . 

Higgle George, 22 Bridge st 

Spence Geo., swimming oaths 
Sprowl, Robt, Skeoch Bathing places 

Napier Thos., 68 Montague st 
Maitland Geo.. 7c Bridge-end st 
MeNafo, John & Sons, 24 Watergate 

Barclay wis, Wyndham rd 
Dougall & Co., 27 & 29 Montague 
Dowell, C & M, 102 Jlontague st 
Lyle, Miss, 1 Montague st 
McAleese, J F, 4 Gallowgate 
McDonald Mrs J , S Bridgend st 
McGilp, 3 Tower st 
McMillan, , 6 W. Princes st 
Ramsay Hugh, 20 Argyle st 
Sinclair, T & M, 19 East Princes st 
Stewart Misses, SO Ardbeg rd 
Stewart, R. B., Albert pi 
Tait, Robert, 83 Victoria st 
Wilson, Mrs D., Victoria st 

Toy and Fancy Goods Dealers 

Campbell. Misses A & C. Guildford sq 
Clay, Thos. M., 11 Victoria st 
Dougall, & Co., 21 Victoria st, 27-29 
Montague st, 33 Gallowgate, 1 Albert p 
Wilson, R, 2 W Princes st 
Lyle, Miss, 1 Montague st 
!-hipton , Guildford st 

Stewart, Misses, 80 Ardbeg rd 

Umbrella Maker 
Macrone, Alex., 26 Montague st 


Fordyce John, 17 Montague st 
Mathers, Walter, 3 Gallowgate 
Morrison John, Store In 
Robertson, A. & Son, 21 Bridgend st 

Watchmakers and Jewellers 
Coburn J, 16 Tower st 
Dougall, J. S., 21 Victoria st 
Jamison Matthew. 29 Victoria st 
Lauder, Hugh, S Albert pi 
Lawrence, J Barr, 24 Argyle st 

Wringing Machine Hirer 
and Repairer 
Aird, David, 1 Mill 

Scottish Home Rule Association. — Object— To secure Self-Government for 

Scotland. ■ particulars as to Membership, etc.. can be obtained en application to t!ie 

Secietary, R. E. Muikhead, 109 Hope Street, Glasgow. 'Phone, Central 5H80, Glasgow. 
Edinburgh Address — 22 Dean Park Street- 
Family Grocer — Peter Finlay, Wyndham Road, Ai'dbeg. — Orders 

punctually attended to. 
Electric and Fancy Goods Merchant, W. E. Read, 9 Montague St 
Millinery and Fancy Goods— M. K. Hogg, 15 Argyle Street. 
Potato Merchants— M-Ewan & M'Millan, 68 High street 

Tobacconist, Stationer, & Fancy Goods Emporium — Miss Stewart, SO Ardbeg Road. 
Upholsterer, Window Blind and Bedding Manufacturer — John Fordyce, 17 Mon- 
tague street. 

Wholesale and Retail Fruit Merchant — John Slaven. Stuart street 


Parish of North Bute. 

(Including the Village of Port-Bannatyne). 

Auctioneer and Valuator. 
Mann Win. L, Ardmaleish 

Brown & Dallas. Crown Bids 
Muat Geopgre, 34 Marine pi 
Welsh, George, Melbourne pi 


Smith John, Ettrick 
Pallas, Robert, Castle st 
Shaw Daniel, Straad 

Boat Builders 
Alexander James 
Fyfe. .John, Ardmaleish 
Malcom, Arch., Marine rd, west 
Bute Slip Dock Coy, Ardmaleish 

Boat Hirers 

Alexander James, Marine rd 
Alexander John, Marine rd 
Robertson James 
Wilson, James, Maiine rd 


Lament Hugh, Crown buildings 

Carriage Hirers 

Cuppie Robert Jardine Wm 

Carting Contractors 

Cuppie Robert, Marine rd 
McDougall Neil, Castle st 
"Wilson, James, jun., Old Quay 

Coal Merchants 
M'Dougall Neil, Castle st 
"Wilson James, jun., Old Quay 


Alexander, Miss, Inveryne pi 
Reid Mis, Sandringham ter 


Jamieson Mrs, Marine rd 


Murray. Miss, Inveryne pi 
City Dpapepy Stores— G. Gunn, 
Marine rd 


Bannatyne & Schroder, Marine rd 
Hunter, Miss, Springwell pi 


Meldrum, Wm., Marine rd 


Auchavoulaig . . 









Bannatyne Mains 

Barone Park 



Cranslagmory . . 

Cranslagvourity . . 



East St Colmac . . 


Eskechraggan . . 






Mid Park 
South Park 
North Park . . 





Largivrechtan . . 


Little Kilmory . . 

M echnoch 

Meikle Kilmory.. 

Mid St Calmac . . 


D. M'Donald 
Dan Gillies' heirs 
John Crawford 
Daniel Boag 
Robert Muir 
A & W Montgomery 
Ptr& AchM'Intyre 
Daniel Macfie 
J. Currie 
J. & P. Dickie 
Mrs & JsD M'Kay 
Wm. Carmichael 
Lachlan M'Lean 
Chas. Macfarlane 
J. P. Dickie 
G. Lyon 
Alex. M'Intyre 
Dunbar J. &G. 
James P. Malcom 
J Thomas Barr and 
1 J D M'Millan 
D M'Donald 
Andrew M'Intyre 
Jas. S Ritchie 
Robt. Robertson 
Hugh Lament 

A.Macfie and T Bell 

Hugh Millar 
Mrs Stevenson 
Thos Lochhead 
Marquis of Bute 
Robert Duncan 
Henry M'Conechy 
Marquis of Bute 
Ninan Duncan 
D. M'Lean 
Mrs James M'Alistei 
John Simpson 
James Middleton 

Nether Ardroscadale James Stewart 
Quogach . . Mrs Gillies 

Quien and Scalpsie John Martin, jun. 









JIarquis of Bute 
Mrs Wm Morrison 
John Martin 
T . Lochhead 
Neil Dougan 
A. M'Intyre 
John Lamont 

TRADERS— North Bute Parish. 



Upr. Ardroscadale Colin M'Callum 

Lower Ettrick . . John Macfie 

Upper Ettrick . . Wm. Hunter 

West St Colmac . . Jn G Simpson's hr 

Alexander, Miss, Inveryne pi 
Cuppie Robert, Marine rd 


Alexander Arch, "Marine rd 
Dickie Arch., Victoria pi 
Hogarth, Mrs M. , Govannale pi 
Keith, Cath., Inveryne pi 
M'Dougall Mrs, Castle st 


Quigley Adam, Marine rd 

Hotel and Innkeepers, etc 

Cpawfopd A., Port-Banna tyne Inn 
Crawford, Mrs David, Crown 
Hydropathic, Swanstonhill 
McKinnon James, Anchor Tavern 
Scott Wm, Private, Pier ter 
Shields Robt., Royal Hotel 


Cuppie Robt., Marine rd 
McPhail Mrs Malcolm, Marine rd 


Malcom, Arch., Shore St, West 
M'Millan, Duncan, Castle st 
SpeiPS Charles S, Creek Drive 

Newsagents, Stationers, &c. 

Burnside Wm, Marine rd 
Cuppie, Miss, Post Office 
Pattison R W, 27 Marine rd 

Cunningham, Matthew, 9 Quay st 
Gardner Thos, Stuart st 
McDermot C, Ettrick bank 

Welsh, George, Melbourne pi 


Baird David, Marine rd 


Bodin, Wm., Castle st West 
Opp, Hugh Kerr, 31 Marine rd 

Watch and Clock Repairer. 
Psttison R W, 27 Marine rd 

Kilchattan Bay. 

BRANDON HOUSE. —Seven Rooms and Kitchen; Usual Out-Houses; Self 
Contained; Lavatory, Hotund Cold Water, &c. ; and 

KILN VILLA, Self Contained, Four Rooms and Kitchen, on Shore ; Front and 
Porch Entrances. 

Both Houses newly Completely Decorated. To be Let by Month or Year, or for 
Boarding or Apartments. 

Apply Stewart, Bell-Trees Mansion Boarding Establishment, Craigmore, Rothe 
say. 'Phone, 142, or Piermaster or Postmaster, Kilchattan Bay. 

Remember Friends at a Distance. 


Worked in Buteshire Heather and other Wild Flowers. 




Parish of Kingarth. 

(Including the Village of Kilchattan Bay. 

Bell. IX. Kilchattan Bay 

Baird, A. B., Kingarth 

Boarding and Apartments. 

Stewart Donald M, Brandon House, 

Kilchattan Bay 
Stewart Donald M, Kiln Villa, K.B. 

Boat Hirer 

Bell. M., Kilchattan Bay 


Bell, Duncan, Piperhall 
Bell, Malcolm, jun., Kelspoke 
Bell, Malcolm, Millhouse 
M'Fie, Fergus, „ 

■Wilkinson John, Kilchattan Bay 

Carriage Hirers 

'Fie, D., P ost Office, Kingarth 
M'Kirdy & M'Millan 


Gill, James, Little Bay 

M 'Fie, Arch., Post Office, Kingarth 

M<Fie, D., Kilchattan Bay 

Confectioners & Fruiterers 

Bell D., Kilchattan Bay 
Campbell. J., Kilchattan Bay 
Morrison J, Kilchattan Bay 
MTlougall, E & J, Kilchattan Bay 
M'Fie, A,, Kilchattan Bay 


Brown, Miss Jessie, Little Bay 
Ferguson, Catherine, Little Bay 







Birgidale Crieff 

J. Jamieson's heirs 
Mrs Ferguson 
Colin Campbell 
Alex. Lyon 
Wm. M'lntyre 
Robt M'Dongall 

Dixon's Dam 



Kerry croy 

Kerrycrusach ... 



Kerry tonlia 

Langalbuinoch . . 

Langalchorad ... 


Little Kilchattan 


Meikle Kilchattan 


Nether Stravannan 


Plan and Kelspoke 



South Garrochty 

Marquis of Bute 
Thos. Crawford 
Marqnis of Bute 
T. <fc R Scott 
Marquis of Bute 
Marquis of Bute 
Marquis of Bute 
Wm. & Mrs Martin 
W. Gemmill 
Geo. Baillie 
Wm. B. Crawford 
T. Mathieson 
Mrs & J Crawford 
Daniel Potts 
A. Macfarlane 
Robt & JM'Alister 
James Martin 
Maiquis of Bute 
Marquis of Bute 
Arch Murray 
Marquis of Bute 
Professor Macewan 

Birgidale Knock, Arch Robertson's hrs 
Bruchag ... Arch. M 'Kay's hrs. 

Culevine ... Alex. M'Farlane 

General Dealer 
Campbell, Miss Kilchattan Bay 


Morrison J, Kilchattan Bay 
M'Dougall, Jane, Kilchattan Bay 
M'Fie Flora, P O, Kerryeroy 
M'Fie, Bliz., Kilchattan Bay 

Hotel Keepers 

Crawford, Wm, Kingarth 

Lyle B, St Blane's, Kilchattan Bay 

Morrison Mrs J, Kiln Temperance house 


Logan, .Tas , KilchaUau Bay 
jt'Fie, Robert, ,, 

Motor Engineer 

Comrie Jas, St Blane's ter 

Newsagent, Are. 
Morrison J, Kilchattan Bay 


Fisher, G, Kilchattan Bay 

Tile Manufacturer 

Gilmour Thos , Kilchattan Bay 




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22 Bridge Street, Rothesay, 
July, 1923. 

Parish of Cumbrae, 

(Including the Burgh cf Millport). 


Allan Wm., Glasgow st 
Cunningham, Mrs John, 8J- Guildford st 
Logan M, Quay head st 
Speirs Allan. 2S Stuart st 

Graham Alex., Crawford st &. Craig st 

Boat Builder 
Mauchline Colin, George st 

Boat Hirers 

Dunan S. Glasgow st 
Hunter R., Strath wherry 
Mauchline Colin, Strathwherry 
H'Neil J & L , Glasgow st 


Cunningham Jas., Post O., Guildford st 
Davie C. , Glasgow st & Stuart st 
Dick Miss, Quayhead st 
Hunter H, 19 J Stuart st 

Boot and Shoemakers 

Dunan Wm. H., Guildford st 
Little H., Stuart st 
Little H, Glasgow st 


Faulds Wm, Dorothy pi 


TO'Farlane J-. Guildford st 
Shields, Thos., Glasgow s^ 
Templeton Wto.., Stuart st 

Carriage Hirers 

Burnie Wm, 25 Stuart st 
Fraser Mrs^R., Ashgrove 
Kerr Walter, Clyde st 
M'Allister J., Kameston stahles 
M'Intyre A., Crawford st 
Shearer John, Crawford st 

Chemisi, and Druggist 
Mackay David, 37 Stuart st 

Coal Merchants 

Co-Operative Sccietj 
Kepp Walter, Clyde st 
Munro John, Barend st 

Maycroft George, 20 Kelburne st 

A Ian Misses I. &■ M., Glasgow st 
Clldwell Miss. Stuart st 
Campbell Arch., Glagow st 
Ca Operative Society Guildford st 
Logie Miss, Guildford st 
M'lnnes Miss, Cardiff st 
Rowatt Miss, Guildfo rd st 
Shearer M. & H., 27 Stuart at 

Mclnnes Miss. Cardiff st 
Rae Miss, Cardiff st 


Carbour John, Ballikellet 
Crawford John & James, Portyre 
Crawford Mrs. Kames mill 
Crawford James, Figgatoch 
Finnie Geo, Upper Kirkton 
Finnie Mrs Mid Kirkton 
K'Kay, A <fc R., Ballochmartin 
M'Kirdy John's heirs, Nether Kirkton 
Robertson Robert, Breakough and Pen- 


McKay John T, Guildford st 

Hotel Keeper 
Sommerville, Royal George, Quayhead 

"Watchmaker and Jeweller 
Shields W. , 54 Stuart st 


The Commercial Library, 21 Miller Street, 
18th July, 1918. 
Messrs Higgie & Co., Publishers, Rothesay. 

We have to thank you for the copy of the Bute County Directory, addressed to 
the Stirling Library. Since November, 1916, all Directories ha\ r e been transferred to 
The COMMERCIAL LIBRARY, 21 Miller Street. This library has been established 
for the use of business men, and. as since its opening, we have had over 49,000 visit- 
tors, more than one-third of whom consulted the Directories, you will appreciate the 
publicity your Directory obtains. 

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This Directory came out regularly during the stren- 
ous years of the Great War. 

We are striving to keep the lists as full as ever during 
the present time oi industrial depression. Being optim- 
ists, we hope we shall win success. 

The Opinions of the Press on the latter issues are 
as complimentary as formerly. 

The "ca' canny" and similar anti-British tactics are paralysing progress and pre* 
venting prosperity. Unless there is a determined rivival ot Industry, what must 
the harvest be? It is not through the guile and covetous selfishness of the wicked 
and thoughtless, but through righteous Regeneration that ,peace and prosperity 
will be regained. 

People are willing to spend money on Holidays as well as on Business, but the 
blight of strikes, love of idleness and dreams of getting something for nothing , are 
up in opposition. 

The Revival of the Touring Season. 

The following sample enquiry letter was received after the War was over : — 

Sandown Station Road, Stechford, Birmingham, 12th June, 1919. 
Messrs Hig-gie & Co., ABC COAST GUIDE, &c. 
I shall be much obliged if you kindly send me names of any apartments you can 
recommend at Craigmore, Wemyss Bay, Millport, Craigendoran, and Tarber' * My 
Guide is 1904. Thanking you in anticipation, yours faithfully, Wm. T. Jonks. 
"Districts included in The Coast Gcidb. 
The above shows the Pleasures the public are again longing for but not engoying to 

the full because of the " ca' canny " policy and the charm of living of the rates. 
The callous numbining of Busy Hives of Industry throughout the country is ruinous. 
Charity is a splendid virtue, but it should not not be allowed to encourage pauperism. 






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Not Through Uovetousiiess, Guile ur Force, 

but by Good Will, Sauiifice uud Service. 
There are l,5oo, 000,000 Human Beings in the World, 
Speaking over 6000 Languages. 

and Professing Thousands of Religions. 

Mwt than Christians believe, that la Homaro vivos kunfratare. 

THE GREAT CREATOR OF ALL made of one blood all races of Humanity 01} 
the Earth, and when we fell from the high estate in which we were created by 
our disobedience, Jesus Christ redeemed us, his Gospel of " peace on earth and good 
will to men" is to be preached to every creature, and " the gates of hell shall not prevail 
against it," The confusion of tongues at Babel is being followed by the gift of the 
perfect language foretold by Zephaniah. The walls of Jericho fell before the sounding 
of the rams' horns at the command of Joshua, and the lingual walls, which have hither- 
to divided the nations, need no longer, through the genius of another Israelite, prevent 
"all people that on earth do dwell" — whatever their creeds, colours or idiosyncrasies — 
from satisfactorily communicating with each other by means of 

JE ^i JP» JE 91 AMTO, 
The International Language. 

Up-to Date Mariners use the International Code of Signals at sea. 
Up-to-Date Musicians use the International Staff Notation for Music 
Up-to-Date Businesses use the International Arithmetic everywhere. 
Up-to-Date Persons all j use t]ie lnternational Language ( & ^-™ 

over the V\ orld \ D D \ lnunication- 

Esperanto, like English, is made up from other languages : its roots are taken 
from the same jungle, but scientifically treated in a.gardeii pro bono publico. 

The 11 tli Annual International Congress was tu have been i clo in Edinburgh iu 
1915, but the Great War, which prevented the holding of the 10th at Paris the previous 
year, was the means of causing the transfer of the 11th to San Erancisco. To com- 
memorate the opening of the Panama Canal a big Exhibition was held there,and a Tuta 
Pacifika Esperanto Kongreso developed into the 1 la Tuta Hondo Esperanto Kougreso. 
The 12th Kongreso Internacia was held at the Hague, Holland, iu 1920; the 
13th at Prague, in ] 921 ; the 14th at Helsingfors, Finnland, in 1922 ; and the 15th 
at Kiirnberg this year 

Esperanto — the language of peace on Earth and universal brotherhood — is steadily 
spreading. It is much easier to learn and comprehend than any national language, and 
does the work of all. On the Continent during the Great War it was an incalculable 
blessing to Red Cross work and tracing the missing. It was a veritable open sesame 
into everything good. The world-wide Boy Scout movement has taken up the study 
of la kaia lingvo. It was used ai the great international Jamboree in London, a 
meeting so happy and harmonious that it was appropriately closed by the singing of 
Auld Langsyne. Esperanto is more easily learned than alphabets of some languages, 
and as it has no politics, religion, or physical force or selfish aims of any nation, but 
is pie-emim ntly pio bono publico, and peculiaily fitted for cementing and making per- 
manent and happy the coming efficiency of the League of. Nations. That organisa- 
ation has unanimously recommended the official and universal adoption of Espenanto, 
and its teaching in the schools of all civilised countries. 1923 


The Worshippers of 

Against Wanton Destruction 
by Men and Devils. 

BOLSHEVISM IS RAMPANT ! In Russia there is a desperate 
movement for the destruction of everything- religious. 
A propaganda poster represents an athletic working-man emerging 
from his Church wreckage on Karth and attacking the terror-stricken 
Divinites of Jews, Christians «nd Mahomedans, etc. in Heaven. Why 
will not these who believe in THE SUPREME REIKG unite to resist 
such horrors against humanity ? We may never assimilate each 
others creeds or forms of worship, but we can surely unite against the 
enemies of civilization, act in harmony for good, and live in peace. 
Espenanto is becoming the Common Language of the 
World, and has been adopted by one new sect, while many religious, 
scientific and business institutions use it for international purposes 
•very where, with amasing results. 

Hiooik <S Co., International Printers and Publishers, Rothesay, Scotland. 

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tANTOJ de 

Kontrau Diboea Detruado 
pere de Homoj kaj Diabloj. 

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be of EAt 

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(ke front pf 

nail not [ 
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oza movado por la detruo de eio religia. Propaganda afilegc 
presentas atletan viron elvenantan el sia cklv,i;i vuino sur la Teio ka 
atakantan la timegajn Diuloj Juda, Kristana kai Mahornetana.ktp.en Is ily and 
Cielo. Kial ne unnigos tinj kiuj kredas je LA SUPEREGULO, km, 
traustari tiajn temregojn kontraii la homaro ? Ni, e'ole, neniam t\\t< 
asimilas, cio la alian, kiedajoin au ritismon. sed ni nepre povas unrig 
kontraii la malamikoj de civilizaco, kunasri kmie por la bono, k«j viv 
pacemaj. ESPERANTO iom post iom igas la Xomuna 
Lingvo de 1' Hondo, kaj estas alprenita de novo sekto. dumt 
multaj religiaj, sciencaj kaj komercaj instifucioj uzas gin por sia t 
iuternaciaj celoj kun miregigantaj rezultatuj. 

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Higgie kaj Ko., Intemaoia Presistoj kaj El don is to j, Rotsejo, Skotlando. 


F^ SPERANTO is the product of no Religious, Political, Business, 
J or Pleasure Movement, singly or collectively, but is at the ser- 
vice of EACH and ALL, separately or in combination. 

When it was intimated to me that a deputation from the III Inter- 
national Congress [at Cambridge, in 1907] was to honour Rothesay 
with a visit, I began to think about a cordial welcome. A visit to 
Chapelhill at once appealed to me. From there the Bonnie Bay and 
the front of the town and shores, and the " sleeping kings " beyond 
could not fail to charm. The three church spires at the foot and 
half-way up the hill might call for remark owing their proximity. It 
would not have been congenial to explain the different forms of church 
government in Scotland, so I intended merely to say that the different 
churches were like different regiments in an army : where were to be 
fonud infantry, artillery (light and heavy), engineers, cavalry, and, in 
maritime countries, a navy. (The submarine and air forces had not 
yet emerged). Each had different arms, accoutrements and drill. So 
the different churches had different forms of worship. 

When David faced Goliath he preferred his trusty sling and faith in 
goodness and truth to protective armour like the defiant giant's. In- 
spired belief and zeal in a righteous cause will overcome difficulties. 
It is not for regiments or sections of worshippers to quarrel with each 
other's methods, but rather to seek the origin of our common human- 
ity and live at peace. 

Esperanto wishes to promote a mutual understanding among all peo- 
ple on earth, and does not seek to interfere with national affairs or 
methods. Individual and collective effort is desired : let none covet 
or despise the methods of others. Strife is a misfortune ; concerted 
action is necessary. Let us unite in our adoration of Almighty God, 
and He will give the victory over evil, and vouchsafe the blessing. 

Rothesay, Skotland. George Hiqgie. 



Higgie's Scots Publications. 













a, Typical letter received in pre-war days : — 

« Montreal, July 29th, 1913. 

"O "I was shown a copy of your publication, 'Bonnie Scotland's Resorts," 

2 while up country, and am desirous of possessing a few of thoge interest- 
s " ing books ; so realistically depicting places I have visited, and ' brither 
p Sets.' . K'ndly inform me if such can be procured in this country or 
.2 U.S. A , and, if so, where? I would not mind going 500 or 600 miles to 
°H £ e ' a * ew °f yo ur small hooks — so full of interest to the fellow Scot men 
.» I come in contact with here. . . The party who showed me iheircop y 
2> had it for years I shall be glad if you let me know if you issue other 
§, Vub ications along the same lines as the ABC Resorts of Scotland.' " 
g Messrs Higgie & Co., Rothesay. 

° We are now preparing a post-war edition. 

to These Publications are appieciated by intelligent persons outside 

•5 Scottish connection, and *e sent (free a< d Hireci ) from our head 

§ office, in Roihes»y, cp;es of Bonnie Scotland's Resorts, &o., 

t to the Red Cross Hospitals in Scotland, 


,o giving a welcome to 'he brave SaiL rs and Soldi rs who had been 

«' righting in the Great War for Peace on Earth and Good Will to 

<£ Men, and we received n.any thanks for our Consideration.* 

g One never knows the go d received in unexpected quartets. A 

.2 Scottish soldier, while in an Egyptian hospital, "swapped" 

1 something with a fellow patient for a booklet on Pitman's Shurt- 

o hand. He learned the ar% introduced it into the British Army, 

° and presided at the Glasgow celebration of the inventor's centen- 

J3 ary- when he indicated Dhe wonderful success of his innovation. 



There is a movement on foot to provide (on the principle of the 
universal staff notation in music, and the well-known and indis- 
pensable Arabic numerals in up-=to-date business), 

A. Common Alphabet for the World's Languages. 
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All the above letters representing the tbirtv-six etementary sound* 
acd the four diphthongs of English occur in the following' fable. 

di t-q, frogz. 
a tank in hwic t^ frogz had lorj livd woa 
draid up bai 6a bjt, and de wer at lenfr eb» 
laijd tu s^k woter els-hwer. az de wer jar- 
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de so a gud djl ov woter. "fal wj jump 
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kql and d;jp and, laik aur yu3iual dwelirj- 
ples, di soil iz damp and dsr Br a fiu psm- 
trjz raund abaut; wj n^d ge ne ffirder," — 
"ns", seddi uder ; but if di woter Jud f§l 
bjr olse,' hau wud yu get aut agen?". 

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could read and write the language, Recently, a phonetic 
alphabet was evolved through the instrumentality of fo- 
reign missionaries. It is not based on the romanic letters — 
so well known in Western Europe, and adapted for the 
different languages in India, — out the innovation is so 
popular that people in the streets are learning to read and 
write in a marvelously short time. 

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